anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line that passes through (5,-4) and has a slope of 3/4
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DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
Hello
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
Do you know slope intercept form?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
no
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
\[y=mx+b\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh i know that
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
is slope intercept form where m is the slope and x and b are the x and y intercepts
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
so do you know what it it going to be?
anonymous
  • anonymous
y=3/4x+1/4?
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
close, you have the slope right
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
you have the x and y coordinates which are (5, -4)
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
if x=x and b=y plug them in.
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
x is 5 so what is x going to be in the equation? y is -4 so what is b going to be in the equation?
anonymous
  • anonymous
3?
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
no, just wondering, where are you getting the 3?
anonymous
  • anonymous
im so confused sorry
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
Ok lets rewind
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
you are given the slope which is what?
anonymous
  • anonymous
3/4
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
yes and the slop is m in the equation, its going to look like this so far \[y=3/4x+b\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
would the rest be 31/4?
anonymous
  • anonymous
for b
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
no, not at all
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats the only too answer choices
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
what are they
anonymous
  • anonymous
1/4 or -1/4 31/4 or -31/4
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
ok wait a minute
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
it should be \[y=3/4x-4\]
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
because the y-int is -4 and the slope is 3/4
anonymous
  • anonymous
so being that its y=-3/4x-1/4?
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
to be honest, that just doesnt make sense. The slope is positive and i dont see where they are getting the -1/4
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
could you post a picture of the question
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
it just doesnt make sense, i took algebra 1 last year so its fresh in my mind but i dont get your problem.
DukeLaxFan
  • DukeLaxFan
can i have a medal for helping?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes how do you do that
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it should show that next to a little medal thing with a 0

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