Mathematics
karla1
2015-11-02 13:49:45
The slope of the line below is -3. Use the coordinates of the labeled point to find the point-slope equation of the line.
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biana2005
2015-11-02 18:21:15

y-___enter y-coordinate of the point here= -3(x-__enter the x-coordinate here)

morgan93
2015-11-02 18:22:30

no point given, but input it yourself here is the equation the equation of a line that has a slope of m and passes through the point [latex](x_1,y_1)[/latex] is [latex]y-y_1=m(x-x_1)[/latex] so given that the slope is -3 (and assuming your point is [latex](x_1,y_1)[/latex] ) [latex]y-y_1=-3(x-x_1)[/latex] is the eqation if we were to solve for slope intercept form, it would be [latex]y=-3x+3(x_1)+y_1[/latex]

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