• steve816
Find an equation of the line containing the points (2, -3) and (-3, -2) I got the slope as -1/5, but how do I get the y-intercept?
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  • anonymous
This is prob not the easiest way but it is a way. You know the formula of Y=mx+b well you have a slope (m) and a x and y points so you could do -3=-1/5*2+b and solve from there
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