# write the equation pf the line in slope intercept and standard form that passes through points -3,5 and -6,-1?

please help i have a answer but not sure if i did it correctly

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- Anonymous7 years agoBest Answer
Well...

m = (5 + 1)/(-3 + 6)

= 4/3

Then...

y - 5 = 4/3 * (x + 3)

3(y - 5) = 4(x + 3)

3y - 15 = 4x + 12

So...

4x - 3y = -27 [in standard form]

y = 4x/3 + 9 [in slope-intercept form]

Good luck!

Source(s): τ - gignilliatLv 43 years ago
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