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Posted by **Please Please Help** on Saturday, May 12, 2012 at 10:43pm.

3x-y=1

x-y=3

3x-8=y

Use the point-slope form of an equation to write the following in slope intercept form:

m= 3 point: (4,2)

m= 3/8 point: (3,5)

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**Jay**, Sunday, May 13, 2012 at 3:56am3x-1=y

slope: 3; Y intercept:-1

x-3=y

slope: 1; Y intercept:-3

3x-8=y

slope: 3; Y intercept:-8

y-2=3(x-4)-->y=3x-10

y-5=3/8(x-3)-->y=3/8x-49/8

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