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  1. anonymous
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    My points are (0,5) (2,3) 3.Take the points you have selected and write the equation of the line using the slope-intercept formula. Show the work

  2. anonymous
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    y = 5 - x

  3. anonymous
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    thats all?

  4. anonymous
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    Can you show work also?

  5. anonymous
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    y = 5 - x

  6. anonymous
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    Show the work please

  7. anonymous
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    sry for the mulit replies internet sucks gimmie a sec and ill solve it

  8. anonymous
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    okay :)

  9. anonymous
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    hello?

  10. anonymous
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    to find slope intercept you need to: 1) find the slope of a line and 2) find the y-intercept of a line.

  11. anonymous
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    slope was -1

  12. anonymous
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    find slope by doing y2-y1/x2-x1

  13. anonymous
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    got it

  14. anonymous
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    if its -1 then find y intercept by substituting either set of points in formula y=-1x+b

  15. anonymous
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    y as y, x as x

  16. anonymous
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    so how would i do it? which point do i use for x and y

  17. anonymous
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    since i have to points

  18. anonymous
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    two

  19. anonymous
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    (0,5). y=mx+b or 5=-1 × 0+b, or solving for b: b=5-(-1)(0). b=5. (2,3). y=mx+b or 3=-1 × 2+b, or solving for b: b=3-(-1)(2). b=5.

  20. anonymous
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    so thats the answer?

  21. anonymous
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    no know you know what b and m are so plug it into the original formula y=mx+b

  22. anonymous
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    what number do i use for x?

  23. anonymous
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    no number just plug in m and b, y and x stays as is

  24. anonymous
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    oh i see, thanks for clarifying

  25. anonymous
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    so y= -3x +5

  26. anonymous
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    not -3, what did we say slope was?

  27. anonymous
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    -3 i thought

  28. anonymous
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    -1 sorry

  29. anonymous
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    :) no prob

  30. anonymous
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    final answer?

  31. anonymous
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    y= -1x +5 or y=-x+5

  32. anonymous
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    they're the same thing

  33. anonymous
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    Thank you very much!

  34. anonymous
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    my pleasure

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