Line through (-2,-1) and parallel to y=-2x-4

Line through (-2,-1) and parallel to y=-2x-4

Slope -7/5 y-intercept is -4 make an equation in slope-point form

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A local theme park found that if the price of admission was $17, the attendance was about 1500 customers per day. When the price of admission was dropped to $7, attendance increased to about 2800...

Use the given conditions to write an equation for the line in the indicated form.

This keeps stumping me The answer I got is Y=-6x+30 But that doesn't seem right Could someone help me if I got it wrong and if not tell me what I can fix about my answer

Which equation is a point slope form equation for line AB ? y+5=−2(x−2) y+1=−2(x−6) y+2=−2(x−5) y+6=−2(x−1) thanks!!

I’d like to find out this question, I need help studying for a quiz, it’s a question that involves all I’ve learned.. I’m a bit rusty at this though.

A line passes through point A(14,21) A second point on the line has an x-value that is 125% of the x-value of point A and a y-value that is 75% of the y-value of point A. Use point A to write an equation...

Write an equation describing this relationship. Use ordered pairs of the form (years past 2000, number of cinema sites)

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(-6, 8) and (4, 8)

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The line containing the points (−6, 0) and (3, −3) is shown below. Write an equation of the line in point-slope form. (Find the point-slope form by using (3, −3) as the primary...

What is the point slope form of the line with slope −1/4 that passes through the point (−2, 9) ? A. y−2=−14(x+9) B. y+2=−14(x−9) C. y−9=−14(x+2) D...

Use point slope form to write the equation of a line that has a slope of 2/3 and passes through (-3,-1). Write your final equation in slope intercept form

F. Y-4=2/3(x-2) g.y-4=3/2(x-2) h.y-2=2/3(x-2) j.y-2=3/2(x-2)

It's an algebra 1 question and you have to write an equation in point slope form for the line that passes through each point with the given slope.

Given the points (3, 3) and (0, -3), construct two equations in point slope form using each of the points.