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Trickjoker:

Well, you have to find a slope.

TETSXPREME:

And how i do that?

Trickjoker:

By using the coordinates.

CortneyTubbs:

slope equation is y=mx+b

CortneyTubbs:

@trickjoker wrote:
Well, you have to find a slope.
he already knows the slope is 3.

CortneyTubbs:

i am sorry it says it's -3

Makena1234:

what does 4 x -3

Makena1234:

=

TETSXPREME:

-12?

CortneyTubbs:

the point slope formula is \[y-y _{1}=m(x-x _{1})\]

CortneyTubbs:

m is the slope and the slope is 3

CortneyTubbs:

y1 and x1 are the coordinates that you already have you just need to substitute them in.

CortneyTubbs:

so what would be the answer?

TETSXPREME:

C?

Darfangel:

TeT i love how you a human calculator and asking for help not saying you should not ask for help lmaooo

TETSXPREME:

D: i still need help

CortneyTubbs:

so the y1 would be -7 but its already an negative so it would become a positive 7. the x1 would be 5 so you just have to substitute the 5

CortneyTubbs:

and tet don't listen to @darfangel

TETSXPREME:

So its A?

Darfangel:

@cortneytubbs wrote:
and tet don't listen to @darfangel
Lmaooo its a joke and TET you knew i was kidding right :0

CortneyTubbs:

@tetsxpreme wrote:
So its A?
ur close and I pretty much gave u the answer but its ok. \[y-y _{1}=m(x-x _{1})\] so what would be ur y1?

CortneyTubbs:

@darfangel wrote:
@cortneytubbs wrote:
and tet don't listen to @darfangel
Lmaooo its a joke and TET you knew i was kidding right :0
sorry I didn't know

TETSXPREME:

@darfangel wrote:
@cortneytubbs wrote:
and tet don't listen to @darfangel
Lmaooo its a joke and TET you knew i was kidding right :0
yus

CortneyTubbs:

what would y1 be?

TETSXPREME:

uhh -7

CortneyTubbs:

would the 7 stay negative or change to a positive?

TETSXPREME:

positive?

CortneyTubbs:

yes so tell me what you have for the equation so far

TETSXPREME:

C?

NineTailedFox:

i would think a

CortneyTubbs:

its not a

TETSXPREME:

nor C?

CortneyTubbs:

so far we have \[y+7=m(x-x _{1})\]

CortneyTubbs:

not c

CortneyTubbs:

what is the other equation that has +7

TETSXPREME:

then B?

CortneyTubbs:

yes

TETSXPREME:

ty

CortneyTubbs:

yw

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