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# slope-intercept form

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Write the equation of the line in fully simplified slope-intercept form. Mar 20, 2021

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The coordinates of the given points are (-10, 5), and (-5, 6). (you can use the other two points as well). To get from the first coordinate to the second coordinate, you rise by 1 and go over by 5. The formula for slope is rise over run, so the slope of the graph is 1/5.

Now, we plug that into the slope-intercept equation, to get y = 1/5 x + b.

All that is left to do is plug in any value into our equation to find b. I will choose the point (5, 8).

We get:

8 = 1/5 (5) + b

8 = 1 + b

7 = b

Our complete equation is 1/5 x + 7.

Mar 20, 2021

#1
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The coordinates of the given points are (-10, 5), and (-5, 6). (you can use the other two points as well). To get from the first coordinate to the second coordinate, you rise by 1 and go over by 5. The formula for slope is rise over run, so the slope of the graph is 1/5.

Now, we plug that into the slope-intercept equation, to get y = 1/5 x + b.

All that is left to do is plug in any value into our equation to find b. I will choose the point (5, 8).

We get:

8 = 1/5 (5) + b

8 = 1 + b

7 = b

Our complete equation is 1/5 x + 7.

skylersnoop Mar 20, 2021
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Nice work, skylersnoop  !!!   CPhill  Mar 20, 2021