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what is 8x+7y=-50

 

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Jim S. | Physics (and math) are fun, reallyPhysics (and math) are fun, really
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It's an equation (note the = sign)
It's the equation of a straight line slope=-(8/7) and intercept = -(50/7)
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Alex S. | Retired, Looking to Share My Love of Mathematics and ComputersRetired, Looking to Share My Love of Mat...
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It is the equation of a straight line, with slope -8/7, intercepting the y-axis (y-intercept) at -50/7 (coordinates are 0, -50/7).  In other words, the equation can be written in slope-y-intercept form as y = -8/7*x-50/7