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Madison111
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Help with this please

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chicagobull2311

To create an equation, you have to find the slope of the line m = [latex] \frac{ y_{2}- y_{1} }{ x_{2}- x_{1} } [/latex] Where m is your slope  and: (4,5) => [latex] (x_{1}, y_{1}) [/latex] (-3,-1) => [latex] (x_{2} , y_{2} )[/latex] So, plug the numbers into the equation [latex] m = \frac{-1-5}{-3-4} = \frac{-6}{-7} = \frac{6}{7} [/latex] The slope of this equation is 6/7 Point slope form of a line is: [latex]y - y_{1} = m(x - x_{1} )[/latex] (-3,-1) => [latex] (x_{2} , y_{2} )[/latex] and m = 6/7 y + 1 = 6/7 (x + 3)

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