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25 February, 04:32

What is teh slope equation of (4,-6) and m=3?

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  1. 25 February, 06:01
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    For all slope equations, their general form is always y=mx + c (always), where m is the gradient, in this case, it's 3.

    Take y-coordinate and x - coordinate from (4,-6) and pluck it into the equation.

    -6 = (3) (4) + c where c is unknown to us

    -6 = 12 + c

    c = - 18

    so the slope equation is y=3x-18
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