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What is the point-slope (0,6) (1,3)
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
to get slope subtract 6-3 and 0-1 then do 3/-1=-3/1 so slope is -3

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anonymous
  • anonymous
it says the y itercept is 0,6 sopoint slope=-3x+6
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anonymous
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no point slope as in : y-y1=m(x-x1)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
point slope is y=mx+b
anonymous
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  • anonymous
yes .
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anonymous
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(y-3)=-3(x-1) (y+3)=3(x+1) (y+3)=-3(x+1) (y-3)=3(x+6)
anonymous
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it would be A then
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