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Which point-slope equation represents a line that passes through (3,-2) with a slope of -4/5 O y-3 =-4/5(x+2) Oy – 2 =4/5(x-3)**
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Which point-slope equation represents a line that passes through (3,-2) with a slope of -4/5

O y-3 =-4/5(x+2)

Oy – 2 =4/5(x-3)

Oy+2=-4/5(x-3)

O y + 3 = 4/5(x+2)

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2021-07-30T00:33:52+00:00
2021-07-30T00:33:52+00:00 2 Answers
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Step-by-step explanation:To find an equation of a line in point slope form when given the slope and a point we use the formula

where

m is the slope

( x1 , y1) is the point

From the question

the point is (3,-2) and slope – 4/5

The equation of the line is

Hope this helps you

Answer: +2=—4/5(x-3)

Step-by-step explanation:

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