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help with what
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wait a sec let me write it
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If a line has a slope of 2/5 and passes through the points (3,7), write an equation for this line in slope intercept form
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you want to use the pointslope equation:\[yy _{1}=m(xx _{1})\] next you plug in your values and you get y7=2/5(x3).
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distribute 2/5 and add 7 to both sides and you get y= 2/5x + 6/5 +7
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then just add 6/5 and 7 and your final answer will be y= 2/5x + 8.2. you can leave that in fraction form if you want
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After I distribute it'll be y7=2/5x+6/5
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yes, you distribute then add 7 to both sides
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I think it'll be y29/5=2/5z
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in slope intercept form you want y to be isolated
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but is what I said correct?
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@friendswithdogs
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im not sure how you got 29/5
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i cant subtract fractions in my calculator
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after you distributed to get \[y 7=\frac{ 2 }{ 5 }x +\frac{ 6 }{ 5 }\] use your calculator to add 7 to 6/5 and that should be your answer
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I got y=2/5x+41/5
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