- anonymous

please help very much needed

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- Nnesha

point slope form is \[\huge\rm y-y_1=m(x-x_1)\] where m is slope
and x_1 and y_1 is the point (8,-3)

- anonymous

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- anonymous

wanna help with the next step??

- Nnesha

just substitute x_1, y_1 and m for their values

- anonymous

ok. i got that whats the next step

- Nnesha

that's it.

- anonymous

no its not? that don't help at all?

- anonymous

SO its D?

- Nnesha

no why do you think its D ?

- anonymous

IDK your not helping.

- Nnesha

that's all you need to know for this question what kind of help you need ?o.O

- anonymous

Idk maybe explain it?

- anonymous

Your no help at all you didnt explain anything

- Nnesha

given point where first number is x and 2nd one is y

- Nnesha

answer is C :)
need more explanation ?

- anonymous

is it y-3 or y +3

- anonymous

its y-8?

- anonymous

No its not its not c

- Nnesha

there is a negative sign in the formula point slope form is \[\huge\rm y\color{Red}{-}y_1=m(x\color{Red}{-}x_1)\]
what do you get when you substitute y_1 for -3

- Nnesha

\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Christian12345
No its not its not c
\(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\)
yes right
just checking .....

- anonymous

dude you didnt help at all! and when you did help it was wrong!

- Nnesha

(8,-3)
x_1=8
y_1= -3\[\huge\rm y\color{Red}{-}(-3)=m(x\color{Red}{-}(8))\]
distribute negative by -3

- anonymous

SO no you start helping after i got it wrong? wth?

- Nnesha

did you even read my first comment ?
i said substitute x_1 and y_1 did you do that ?

- anonymous

IDC DUDE I GOT IT WRONG ALREADY i dont want help now

- Nnesha

good.
i already told what you need for this question
next is your turn to show ur work

- anonymous

your saying its good i got it wrong? your messed up

- Nnesha

you said i don't want help now
that's why i said good.

- Nnesha

\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Christian12345
dude you didnt help at all! and when you did help it was wrong!
\(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\)
*when you did help it was wrong*
i didn't help you at that time
i just gave out direct answer to see what's the definition of *help*

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