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Help.Last Sep 25, 2017

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The answer for this is the last one because:

First, simplifying the linear equation, we get:

10y=9x-9

y=9/10x-9/10

We know that the linear equation form is y=mx+b, where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept.

The slope is 9/10 because it is in the same position as the "mx" in the slope formula. Therefore, m=9/10

Now, lets find the y intercept. We can always set the other coordinate as 0, and in this case, y=0x-9/10, or y=-9/10. The y intercept is -9/10. Sep 25, 2017

#1
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The answer for this is the last one because:

First, simplifying the linear equation, we get:

10y=9x-9

y=9/10x-9/10

We know that the linear equation form is y=mx+b, where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept.

The slope is 9/10 because it is in the same position as the "mx" in the slope formula. Therefore, m=9/10

Now, lets find the y intercept. We can always set the other coordinate as 0, and in this case, y=0x-9/10, or y=-9/10. The y intercept is -9/10. ISmellGood Sep 25, 2017