Determine the standard form of the equation of the line that passes through (9, -4) and (6, 4) Haaaaalp

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Determine the standard form of the equation of the line that passes through (9, -4) and (6, 4) Haaaaalp

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Hi!
first we need the slope, because no matter what, if you want the equation of a line you need to have the slope do you know how to find ti?

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that would be -4+4 over 9+4 right?
not quite
you want to subtract, not add
Oh, okay. Hold on Lemme try.
kk
ok so its -8/5 ??
hmm \(9-6=?\)
oh dang! I was doing -4. My bad. So it's 4.
lets go slow
Yes
(9, -4) and (6, 4)
first we do it the think way, then we do it the math teacher way
Okay, it's like the third day of school. My brain doesn't work yet! sorry ahah.
from 6 to 9 in the x is right 3 units from 4 to -4 in the y is down 8 units right 3, down 8 slope is \[-\frac{8}{3}\]
okay, yes.
now the math teacher way \[\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-*x_1}=\frac{-4-4}{9-6}=-\frac{8}{3}\] or \[\frac{4-(-4)}{6-9}=\frac{8}{-3}=-\frac{8}{3}\] either way
okay, got it.
who goes to school in the middle of august?
ok no matter, now we have the the slope, and we can use the"point slope" formula because we have two points to choose form
Everyone where I'm from starts in August. I know some places in California start later. so y=mx+b?
wait, thats not right.
no that is the "slope intercept " form we are not there yet
y-y1 = m (x-x1)
yeah that one
Okay so -4 - 4 = -8/3 (9 - 6) ?
ooh no
the x and y in the formula are the variables you see in the answer only the \(x_1\) and \(y_1\) are numbers (as well as m )
you put numbers everywhere
oh. gosh ok. y+4= -8/3 (x-9)
looks a lot better now
subtracting a negative turns it into an addition basically, right?
right
now you should probably put it in "slope intercept" form aka solve for y
you know how to do that? takes the same two steps every time
Move the 4 to the other side?
no not yet
first distribute the \(-\frac{8}{3}\) on the left
oh yeah. so I multiply it or add it to the left?
multiply
\[y+4=-\frac{8}{3}+24\] if my arithmetic is correct
then don't "move the 4" subtract 4
sorry, typo there i meant \[y+4=-\frac{8}{3}x+24\] i dropped the x by mistake
wait, where did 24 come? distributing the slope on the right side?
yeah
cancel the 3's
\[-\frac{8}{3}\times (-9)=3\times 8=24\]
Okay, I understand.
so now we are at \[y+4=-\frac{8}{3}x+24\] subtract 4 from both sides and you are done
y=-8/3x+20
yup
took a while but i hope it is ok
Is that the final answer?
Thanks by the way (:
yeah it is the "final answer" as they say on tv you are quite welcome \[\color\magenta\heartsuit\]
haha, of course! I'll give you a medal.
thanks!

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