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## A line that includes the point (-4, 9) has a slope of 1/2. What is its equation in point-slope form? Use the specified point in

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A line that includes the point (-4, 9) has a slope of 1/2. What is its equation in point-slope

form?

Use the specified point in your equation. Write your answer using integers, proper fractions,

and improper fractions. Simplify all fractions.

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2021-07-23T05:43:12+00:00
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Answer:Hi Jewel, leave a comment if you want more explanation of the following:

Step-by-step explanation:point-slope formula: y-y1 = m(x-x1)

slope-intercept formula: y = mx + b

using point-slope: y-9 = 1/2(x-(-4))

= y-9 = 1/2(x + 4)

= y -9 = 1/2x +2

we’ve almost made it to slope-intercept from , notice, but the problem says to leave it in point-slope form, so there you go 🙂 and leave a comment if you need more explanations 🙂