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Posted by **jessica** on Saturday, August 18, 2012 at 11:29am.

a) slope 3.4 passing through point (-2, -4)

b) slope -5 and y-intercept -0.7

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**Henry**, Saturday, August 18, 2012 at 11:09pma. m = 3.4, P(-2,-4).

Y = mx + b.

3.4*(-2) + b = -4

-6.8 + b = -4

b = 2.8 = y-int.

Eq: Y = 3.4x + 2.8.

b. m = -5, y-int = -0.7.

Y = mx + b.

Eq: Y = -5x - 0.7.

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