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reginad99

  • one year ago

Hey, um... how do you solve a problem where it gives you a slope and one point. For example, say the slope is 2 and the point is (2,-5). How would you get an equation for this? Summer is taking away all my math memories!

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  1. melody16
    • one year ago
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    you can put it in point slope form or slope intercept, do you know how?

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