- anonymous

Choose the point-slope form of the equation below that represents the line that passes through the point (6, −3) and has a slope of one half.
A. y − 6 = one half(x + 3)
B. y = one halfx − 6
C. y + 3 = one half(x − 6)
D. x − 2y = 12

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- anonymous

B

- anonymous

How?

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- anonymous

I don't need help now this is just for a mod ty

- Vocaloid

let (x1,y1) be the point (6,-3) , let m = slope
plug in x1, y1, and slope into the equation
y-y1 = m(x-x1)

- anonymous

Thank you

- anonymous

- Mertsj

yes?

- anonymous

The first Guy Icedragon50 gave me a void answer He came in and a second later he typed B and left

- Mertsj

Is B the correct answer?

- anonymous

No

- Mertsj

What is the correct answer?

- anonymous

Never got it but after I submitted my test after no further help all my questions were correct except this one...

- anonymous

The guy can't even give me an explanation!

- Mertsj

\[y-y _{1}=m(x-x _{1})\]

- Mertsj

Did you use the point slope form of the equation?

- anonymous

Yes if I could @Vocaloid gave it to me first

- Mertsj

The directions clearly say to choose the point slope form of the equation.

- Mertsj

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- Mertsj

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- Mertsj

So why did you choose b when it is not point slope form?

- anonymous

I had no idea

- Mertsj

And furthermore, why are you asking OS helpers to do your test for you?

- anonymous

I think the answer is C.y + 3 = one half(x − 6)

- Mertsj

Well then, if it was a practice test and you had no idea, why would you submit an answer to a problem that you had no idea how to do without researching it and practicing until you did have an idea?

- anonymous

Maybe I have no explanation for that one today.

- Mertsj

Use the practice tests for their intended purpose which is to reveal what you haven't mastered so you then have one last opportunity to master it before the real test.

- anonymous

Yes Boss

- Mertsj

I hope you saluted when you said that.

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