All points with coordinates (x, y) that are equidistant from the points (1, 3) and (7, 11) lie
along a single line. When the equation of the line is written in the form y = mx + b, what is
the value of b?

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- yadu123

find the midpoint of (7,11) and(1.3)

- chaotic_butterflies

y = mx + b is the slope intercept form, which b representing the y intercept. The y intercept is where x = 0 or (0,y).

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Do you have the program Geogebra?

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No and Thank you so much chaotic_butterflies

- chaotic_butterflies

It's nothing hon! Alrighty, well I'm going to give you the link to the program, it's really helpful to graph your problem so you can get an image in your head of it. http://www.geogebra.org/cms/
I recommend you download that for help in the future. Meanwhile, I already graphed your problem with the program, so I'll attach that image in just a sec!

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- anonymous

The answer is actually 10 but it's okay I still give you credit for trying.

- chaotic_butterflies

Oh, did you know how to get the answer?

- anonymous

You're answer said 0 but the graph represents that x=10.

- chaotic_butterflies

That's not my answer... I was showing you what you should be looking for.

- chaotic_butterflies

when x=0, that means that there will be a value directly on the y axis. However, your answer doesn't line up with the information that you gave me.

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Is there something else that you left out from the question?

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