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If point A is (8,3) and point B is (6,1) and slope is 1 what would the x and y intercepts be?
What would the equation be in standard form?

Joe
y y1 = m(xx1)
Use either point...
y3 = 1(x+8
y3= 1x 8
y = x 5
Now, change to standard from
to find the x intercept.. let y =0 and solve for x.
to find the y intercept, let x = 0 and solve for y. 
Reiny
Henry had done this same question for you here
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1385944773
why did you repost it?
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