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Answers by Hafid M.

hi Niña,   I just moved to Florida so I'm not too familiar with FCAT.  I have tutored for the SAT/ACt since 2006 and just by looking at a sample test book on the FCAT website, I can tell you that the math tested for 10th grade is similar to the SAT and ACT.  I'm guessing you...

since you are given the point to test as (-1,-8) that means x = -1 and y = -8 So, you plug in this values unto your equation.  Plug in -1 for x and -8 for y   -8 = -1 - 5   but since it is NOT true that -8 = -6, the point (-1,-8) is NOT a solution for this equation...

Slope intercept form is the form y= mx+b where m is the slope and b is the y-intercept.   First, find your slope and plug into the form above   slope can be remembered as "rise over run."  and your "rise" will be Y2-Y2 or  3-(-7) =...