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From brierley: Slope intercept for is: y = mx + b considering...
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Slope intercept for is: y = mx + b considering which you have each and every of the values different than b you are able to fill in and resolve for b. y = mx + b 5 = (4/5)(0) + b 5 = 0 + b b = 5 So, y = (4/5)x  5

From pioneers: (y + 1) = 3/4 (x 7) multiply by 4
4y + 4 =...
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Mon, 15 Dec 2008 12:38:18 +0000
(y + 1) = 3/4 (x 7) multiply by 4
4y + 4 = 3x  21
4y = 3x  25
y = 3/4 x  25/4

From beartalon: (yy1)= m(xx1)
Use the point (7, 2) as (x1,...
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Mon, 15 Dec 2008 12:37:35 +0000
(yy1)= m(xx1)
Use the point (7, 2) as (x1, y1)
The beauty about fractions is cross multiplication:
(y(1))= 3/4 (x7)
(y+1) = 3/4 (x7)
Multiply both sides by 4, the denominator of the slope.
4(y+1) = 3(x7)
4y + 4 = 3x  21
4y = 3x  21  4
4y = 3x  25. This is the line you needed.
In slope intercept form:
y = 3x/4  25/4

From InevitablePlatinum: A linear equation is as follows:
y=mx+c
y=...
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Mon, 15 Dec 2008 12:36:25 +0000
A linear equation is as follows:
y=mx+c
y=3/4x1
is your equation

From ans.wer: Firstly, just write
y = mx + b,
Then, you k...
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Mon, 15 Dec 2008 12:35:13 +0000
Firstly, just write
y = mx + b,
Then, you know m, so
y = (3/4)x + b
Now, you know a point, so we can solve for b
1 = (3/4)*7 + b
1 = 21/4 + b
b = 1  21/4 = 6.25 (use a calculator if you don't like fractions)
So, now, we know m, and b, and we just write
y = (3/4)x  6.25
Thus, that is the equation of your line.
Hope this helps.

From Anonymous: You have to revise about fraction !
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Mon, 15 Dec 2008 12:34:16 +0000
You have to revise about fraction !

From minimouse.syd95: y+1=3/4(y7)
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Mon, 15 Dec 2008 12:33:56 +0000
y+1=3/4(y7)