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Given that the points (16, −5) and (−40, 16) lie on a line, what is the equation of the line? Select two answers.

A.

y=−38x+1

B.

y=−83x+1

C.

y+5=−38(x−16)

D.

y+5=−83(x−16)

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  1. My answers are D and A

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  2. For the points you gave, the slope is - 21/-56 or -3/8

    None of your choices show that slope
    In C, did you mean
    y+5=−3/8(x−16)
    If so, it would be a correct choice.

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