Question 21396: I am crashing and burning in my college algebra class...
Write the equation of a line that passes (2,-5) and (3,-10). Write the answer in slope-intercept form.
I have determined that the slope is -15 and I know the slope-intercept formula is y = mx + b....
what do I do next??? Answer by queenofit(120) (Show Source):
You can put this solution on YOUR website! If you have determined the slope of the line
-------- = -10 - (-5) / 3-2 = -15
Then use this formula first
y- (-10)= -15(x-2)
y + 10 = -15x + 30
Y= -15X +30-10
Y= -15X +20 (SLOPE INTERCEPT FORM).