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this other one how can i actually prove it if this is the equation to use.

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Prove that if a line has slope ma nd y-intercept b, then an equation of th eline is y=mx+b. then it says (Hint: use the point-slope equation theorem)

I've looked at it but i understand it but i don't know what to answer for this problem.

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