# SOLUTION: Given the pair of points on a line, p1(1,1) and p2(-6,9), find the slope of the line and then using the slope and one of the points, find the equation of the line and write it as y

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear-equations Question 596682: Given the pair of points on a line, p1(1,1) and p2(-6,9), find the slope of the line and then using the slope and one of the points, find the equation of the line and write it as y=mx+b.Answer by Alan3354(30958)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Given the pair of points on a line, p1(1,1) and p2(-6,9), find the slope of the line and then using the slope and one of the points, find the equation of the line and write it as y=mx+b. ------------------ Slope m = diffy/diffx ---- Then use y = mx + b to find b, the y-intercept. ============= I don't need the practice. ---------- To check your work or to assist, email via the Thank You note.