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Choose the slope-intercept equation of the line that passes through the point (4, -6) and is parallel to y = - x + 5
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standard form of slope intercept line is
y = mx + b
where m = slope and b = y-intercept
now as its parallel to y = - x + 5
the lines slope is the same
so what is the slope of y = -x + 5
- compare it with the standard equation y = mx + b
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m is the slope
is it D
i dont know - but im trying to guide you through solving the problem
look at the drawing - what is the value of m ?
-1x wich is -x
-1 is the slope so we can now write the equation in the for
y = -x + b
now we have to find the value of b
we know that the point (4,-6) lies on the line
which means that x = 4 and y=-6 satisfies the equation
so to find the value of b we plug in these values
-6 = -4 + b