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Homework Help: Alg.1 standard form

Posted by Skye on Tuesday, June 1, 2010 at 11:47pm.

write an equation in standard form of the line containing (-1,1) and (6,-1)

(-1,1)
(6, -1)
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(7,-2) -----> m= -2/7
and then u plug it in the point slope form?

somehow i feel im doing something wrong...

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