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Q:
# A line has slope 2/3 and y–intercept −2.Which answer is the equation of the line?(picture is my choices)

Accepted Solution

A:

The general form of a straight line equation is given by

y = mx + c

Where 'm' is the gradient and 'c' is the y-intercept

We have:

m = ²/₃

c = -2

Plug in the value of 'm' and 'c', we have:

y = ²/₃x - 2

Answer: Second option

y = mx + c

Where 'm' is the gradient and 'c' is the y-intercept

We have:

m = ²/₃

c = -2

Plug in the value of 'm' and 'c', we have:

y = ²/₃x - 2

Answer: Second option