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What is the point- slope form of an equation with the slope 3/5 that passes through the point (10,-2)?

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asked Mar 17, 2014 in ALGEBRA 1 by abstain12 Apprentice

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The point is (10, - 2) and slope (m) = 3/5.

Point  - slope form : y - y₁ = m(x -x₁)

Substitute the values of (x₁, y₁) = (10, - 2) and m = 3/5 in Point  - slope form.

y + 2 = (3/5)(x - 10)

Therefore Point  - slope form is y + 2 = (3/5)(x - 10).

answered Mar 18, 2014 by dozey Mentor

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