# SOLUTION: which equation describes the line that contains the points (-1, -8) and (-9, -21)? 1. (y+8)=13/8(x+1) 2. y=3x-8 3. 2y-18x=5

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Graphs Question 616656: which equation describes the line that contains the points (-1, -8) and (-9, -21)? 1. (y+8)=13/8(x+1) 2. y=3x-8 3. 2y-18x=5Answer by stanbon(57282)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!which equation describes the line that contains the points (-1, -8) and (-9, -21)? --- slope = (-21--8)/(-9--1) = -13/-8 = 13/8 ---- Ans: Only y+8 = (13/8)x+1 has that slope. Cheers, Stan H. ============== 1. (y+8)=13/8(x+1) 2. y=3x-8 3. 2y-18x=5 -------