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Graph line containing the given pair of points and find the slope.

(5,1) (-4,-2)

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slope is (Y2-y1)/(x2-x1)

the line will be y=mx+b
put in either of the points, and m, and solve for b.

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So the point slope form does not apply to this problem?

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bobpursley showed you how to find the slope

plot the 2 given points on a graph and join them with a straight line.

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