### 7.6 Slope-Intercept and Point-Slope Equation

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1.

Using point-slope form, write the reduced equation for the line with a slope of 5 that passes through the point (10, 3).

\begin{equation}\textrm{line passing through point }( 10, 3 )\textrm{ and having slope }5\end{equation}

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Using point-slope form, write the reduced equation for the line that passes through the points (9, 8) and (7, 7).

\begin{equation}\textrm{line passing through the points }( 9, 8 )\textrm{ and }( 7, 7 )\end{equation}

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Using point-slope form, write the reduced equation for the line that passes through the points (10, 7) and (-10, -3).

\begin{equation}\textrm{line passing through the points }( 10, 7 )\textrm{ and }( -10, -3 )\end{equation}

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Using point-slope form, write the reduced equation for the line that passes through the points (8, 2) and (4, -7).

\begin{equation}\textrm{line passing through the points }( 8, 2 )\textrm{ and }( 4, -7 )\end{equation}

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Using slope-intercept form, write the equation for the line with a slope of 2 and a y-intercept of 2.

\begin{equation}y=2x+2\end{equation}

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Using slope-intercept form, write the equation for the line that passes through points (10, 7) and (8, 10).

\begin{equation}\textrm{line passing through the points }( 10, 7 )\textrm{ and }( 8, 10 )\end{equation}

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Using slope-intercept form, write the equation for the line that passes through points (4, -9) and (7, 4).

\begin{equation}\textrm{line passing through the points }( 4, -(9) )\textrm{ and }( 7, 4 )\end{equation}