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posted by Sammi .
I'm having trouble with these two questions about slopes and equation of a line:
(A)Find the slope of each segment
(B)Write an equation of the line that is determined by each pair of points
1. (0,0) and (6,4)
2. (3,2) and (7,4)
Thank you!

I will do the second one.
If you are using the y = mx + b form of the equation ....
find slope:
m = (42)/(7(3)) = 3/5
then y = (3/5)x + b
sub in (3,2)
2 = (3/5)(3) + b
2 = 9/5 + b
2  9/5 = b
b = 1/5
then y = (3/5)x + 1/5
do #1 the same way.
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