# pre Calculus

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how do you find additional points on a line with a slope of 1/2 and a given point of (7,-2)?

im sorry but i still cant get an answer
for this question.

• pre Calculus -

this is pretty simple
you just find the equation of the line, this would be
y=1/2(x+2)+7
=1/2x + 8

and if you graph that, u should be able to pick any addional points on that line.

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