algebra 1
posted by taylor .
a line passes through the point (3, 5) and has a slope of 7. which of the following is the correct point slope form of the equation of the line and why? a.y+5= 7(x3) b. y5= 7(x+3) c. y+5= 7(x+3) d. y5= 7(x3)

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Damon
(y+5)/(x3) = 7
y+5 = 7(x3)
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