Given point (7, -2) and a slope of 1, write an equation in slope-intercept form.

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Given point (7,-2) and a slope of 1, write an equation in slope-intercept form is y = x - 9.

y + 2 = 1*(x - 7)

y + 2 = x - 7

y = x - 9

y + 2 = 1*(x - 7)

y + 2 = x - 7

y = x - 9

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Given point (-6,-3) and a slope of 4,write an equation in point-slope form is y + 3 = 4(x + 6).

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Find an equation in slope-intercept form of the line that has slope –7 and passes through point A(8,-4)

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The slope-intercept form of the equation that has a slope oh -7 and passes through point A (8,-4) is y = -7x + 52.

y + 4 = -7(x - 8)

y = -7x + 56 - 4

y = -7x + 52

y + 4 = -7(x - 8)

y = -7x + 56 - 4

y = -7x + 52

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