anonymous
  • anonymous
which is an equation in form for the given point and slope. point (-8,3) slope (6)
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jjwalton04
  • jjwalton04
Well Heres the format, Y=mx+b so just insert the data u have up there
anonymous
  • anonymous
but which is the point
jjwalton04
  • jjwalton04
Whats the choices?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
y+3=6x-48 y+3=6(x+8) y-3=6(x-8) y-3=6(x+8)
jjwalton04
  • jjwalton04
Well im thinking its b but, but not 100%
jjwalton04
  • jjwalton04
Hold on gonna tag some people to help out
jjwalton04
  • jjwalton04
@Mehek14 can u help us out?
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  • jjwalton04
@sourwing
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zepdrix
  • zepdrix
Hey, heyheyhey :) It looks like your choices are given in point-slope form. This is really convenient since they gave us a point, and a slope value to work with! Here is the information they gave us:\[\large\rm (\color{orangered}{x_1},\color{royalblue}{y_1})=(\color{orangered}{-3},\color{royalblue}{8}), \qquad\qquad \color{green}{m=6}\]And here is the formula for point-slope form of a line:\[\large\rm y-\color{royalblue}{y_1}=\color{green}{m}(x-\color{orangered}{x_1})\]
zepdrix
  • zepdrix
Just plug in the stuff. Match up the colors! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
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