**Unformatted text preview: **- 80 10 3 = 2.6(2) 3 = 20.8 mg 2. (5 pts) Given the points (-1,3) and (1,0), there is one line which passes through both points. a) Find the slope of the line b) Find an equation that represents the line in point-slope form c) Find the equation that represents the line in slope-intercept form d) Find the y-intercept of the line a) m = 3- 0- 1- 1 = -3 2 b) y- 3 = -3 2 ( x +1) OR y- 0 = -3 2 ( x- 1) *These can be solved for y as long as you don’t simplify* c) y- 3 = -3 2 ( x +1) y- 3 = -3 2 x-3 2 y = -3 2 x + 3 2 d) b = y-intercept = 3 2...

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- Spring '08
- Johnson
- Math, Calculus, Logic, Thermodynamics, Kilogram, closed notes, cubic millimeters