What is the equation of a line that passes through (7, 8) and has a slope of -3?

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The equation of a line that passes through (7, 8) and has a slope of -3 is y - 8 = -3(x - 7).

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-1/3 divide **Weegy:** -1/3 =
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find the solution -2x+8y=14 -2x-2y=-26 User: find the solution -5x-y=-7 -6x+y=7

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-5x-y=-7

-6x+y=7

adding up equations the result is:

-11x=0

x=0/-11=0

-5(0)-y=-7

y=7

the solution for the system -5x-y=-7 -6x+y=7 is (0, 7)

-6x+y=7

adding up equations the result is:

-11x=0

x=0/-11=0

-5(0)-y=-7

y=7

the solution for the system -5x-y=-7 -6x+y=7 is (0, 7)

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