## anonymous one year ago A line has a slope of -1/2 and a y-intercept of 3. Which equations represent the line?

1. anonymous

A. 2y=6+x B. x+2y=6 C. y=-1/2x+3 D. (y-2)=-1/2(x-2)

2. anonymous

Choose all answers that are correct.

3. anonymous

$$\huge\rm\color{red}{y=mx+b}$$ m=slope b=y intercept We know our slope is -1/2 and our y intercept (b) is 3 so what will the answer be once you sub in the values? :o

4. anonymous

C?

5. anonymous

A. 2y=6+x B. x+2y=6 D. (y-2)=-1/2(x-2) Good C is one of them now do you know how to write this equation in standered form?

6. anonymous

D?

7. anonymous

Nope thats point slope form we dont have 2 points so it cant be that

8. anonymous

We are left with A and B

9. anonymous

A?

10. anonymous

Nope

11. anonymous

That leaves us with B and C as our final answers.

12. anonymous

Thank You! ^.^ @Moe95

13. anonymous

No problem! :)

14. anonymous

Can you help with a few more please? @Moe95

15. anonymous

yes :)