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- anonymous

PLZ HELP!!!!!
A line has a slope of 3 and contains the point (−1, −8).
Which equations represent the line?
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- misty1212

HI!!

- anonymous

A. -3X+Y=-5
B. 3X+Y=-5
C. (Y-8)=3(X-1)
D. (Y+8)=3(X+1)

- anonymous

Hi

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- anonymous

i cant say the answer but ill say this y=mx + b where m is the slope and y is the b

- pooja195

\[\huge~y-y_1=m(x-x_1)\]

- pooja195

m=slope
(x1,y1)

- anonymous

D is the answer

- anonymous

so C is one of them ?

- pooja195

@pamela.g direct answers are not allowed here .

- pooja195

\[\huge~y-8=3(x+1)\]

- pooja195

i'll leave you with that.

- anonymous

how is that not a direct answer? wtf @pooja195

- pooja195

I plugged in the info for them i did NOT give the answer. And refrain from using profanity.

- anonymous

and your answer's wrong btw. oh also i'll do whatever I please @pooja195

- pooja195

Whatever you desire ^_^

- pooja195

@leutz13
y−8=3(x+1)
solve that and you ahve your answer

- anonymous

wt fudge how do i solve that??????

- anonymous

isn't it (y+8) = 3 (x+1) ? @pooja195

- misty1212

there is nothing to solve

- misty1212

answer D has the form you get from a direct substitution
\[y+8=3(x+1)\] there is nothing left to "solve" for

- pooja195

oops i wasnt looking at the answer choices lol sorry about that.....but still on the right track

- misty1212

@leutz13 you can solve it for \(y\) which is what it being said here, but if you look at your answer choices you do not have to do that

- mathmate

Use what @pooja195 gave you:
\(\Large y−y1=m(x−x1)\)
y1=-8
x1=-1
m=3
so
\(\Large y-(-8) = 3(x-(-1)\)
continue to get your answer.

- anonymous

yeah i no one of the answers i just cant figure out the other

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