## anonymous one year ago Which equation represents the line that passes through (–6, 7) and (–3, 6)?

1. anonymous

y = –x + 9 y = –x + 5 y = –3x – 11y y = –3x + 25

2. taramgrant0543664

y=mx+b Slope= m= (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)

3. taramgrant0543664

y2=6 Y1=7 X1=-6 X2=-3

4. anonymous

so it would be c

5. anonymous

none of those answers are correct

6. taramgrant0543664

@satellite73 i was thinking the same thing!

7. anonymous

slope is $$-\frac{1}{3}$$ and none of your potential answer have that slope

8. taramgrant0543664

Slope should be -1/3 using the slope equation

9. anonymous

so it would be c

10. taramgrant0543664

Using the slope of -1/3 substituting values in for x and y shouldn't the equation be y=-1/3x+5?

11. anonymous

thanks