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chancemorris123

  • one year ago

A line contains the point (8, –5). If the slope of the line is 2004-06-02-03-00_files/i0160000.jpg, write the equation of the line using point-slope form.

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  1. chancemorris123
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    \[\huge y-y_1=m(x-x_1)\] m=slope (x1,y1)

  3. chancemorris123
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    you got me idk what this is

  4. chancemorris123
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    i feel stupid

  5. pooja195
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    Well its actually nothing besides plugging in the given info .-.

  6. pooja195
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    List you info m=? y1=? x1=?

  7. chancemorris123
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    can u like write is so i know where evrything goscuz i have another one of these and i would love to get them right

  8. chancemorris123
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    so u and i know that y is

  9. chancemorris123
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    -5

  10. chancemorris123
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    x is 8

  11. pooja195
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    and m is? (m=slope)

  12. chancemorris123
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    u got me on m

  13. chancemorris123
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    i graduated Yale not Harvard

  14. pooja195
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    Doesnt seem like it

  15. chancemorris123
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    oh 5/7

  16. pooja195
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    Good now using that info plug it into this formula \[\huge y-y_1=m(x-x_1)\]

  17. chancemorris123
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    why is there 2 y there should only be one cuz i only have one

  18. pooja195
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    It remains a y .-. its a FORMULA

  19. chancemorris123
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    oh

  20. chancemorris123
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    so it will be y- -5= 5/7(x-8)

  21. pooja195
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    - + - = +

  22. chancemorris123
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    why is ther a +

  23. pooja195
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    Are you trolling??

  24. chancemorris123
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    no

  25. chancemorris123
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    u put y-y1

  26. pooja195
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    A negative next to a negative is a positive

  27. chancemorris123
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    oh pellet your right i forgot about that

  28. chancemorris123
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    so its a or d

  29. chancemorris123
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    its d

  30. chancemorris123
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    cuz its +

  31. pooja195
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    \(\huge\rm\color{red}{CONGRATS!!!!~:)}\)

  32. chancemorris123
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    dont leave yet

  33. chancemorris123
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    i need to tell u something

  34. chancemorris123
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    i would allways play mario party and tode will allways beat me so i gave him the name owletgot cuz he would beat me but now u redeem your self and i like you now but i fluttering hate your red brother flutter him but hey thanks for the help

  35. pooja195
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    xD you're welcome

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