Mathematics
shaquille
2015-11-07 20:36:42
What is the equation of the graphed line in point-slope form? y + 6 = 3/4 (x + 4) y + 4 = 3/4 (x + 6) y + 6 = -3/4 (x + 4) y + 4 = -3/4(x + 6)
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nootbug14
2015-11-08 00:26:17

the equation of a line that passes through the point (x1,y1) and has a slope of m is y-y1=m(x-x1) so we see that the slope is rise/run=3/4 3 points we see are (-4,-6), (0,-3) and (4,0) we get the equations y+6=3/4(x+4) y+3=3/4(x+0) y+0=3/4(x+4) answer is the first equaiton y+6=3/4(x+4)

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