anonymous
  • anonymous
Turn these equations into slope intercept form, medal for the correct answers!! 1. y-2=(-3/7)(x - 1) 2. y-2=(-8,-9)(x-1)
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Slope-int form. y==mx+b y-2=(-3/7)(x - 1) |dw:1378333792593:dw|
anonymous
  • anonymous
Distribute -3/7 * x = -3/7x -3/7 * -1 = 3/7 So now we have y - 2 = -3/7x + 3/7 Add 2 on both sides y = -3/7x + 17/7
anonymous
  • anonymous
@RoseDryer how would you do the second equation then?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
slope-intercept form: y=mx + b. m = slope; b = y-intercept. Solution: \[y-2 = (3/7)(x-1)\] distribute the left-hand side to get the following: \[y-2 = (3/7)x - (3/7)\] then add +2 on both sides of the equation to get this: \[y=(3/7)x-(3/7)+2\] Simply the constants, i.e., add the fraction \[-(3/7) + 2\] to get the following fraction of \[-(3/7) + 14/7\] by using greatest common denominator. The combined fraction will result in \[11/7\] Now combine to get this: \[y=(3/7)x+(11/7)\] Use the definition above to get your slope and y-intercept

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