Q: Which equation describes the line with slope 8 that contains the points -3 -6?

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Slope: 5 Points: (-2, -3) Equation: y = 5x+7

The equation of this line is x=8 and it is my understanding that the slope is infinite/undefined.

Points: (3, -6) and (-3, 0) Slope: -1 Equation: y = -x-3

Points: (3, 0) and (0, -9) Slope: 3 Equation: y = 3x-9

Points: (-5, 9) and (-4, 7) Slope: -2 Equation: y = -2x-1 in slope intercept form

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Slope: -5 Points: (6, 3) Equation: y = -5x+33

Points: (1, 2) and (0, -2) Slope: 4 Equation: y = 4x-2

Slope: 5 Points: (-2, -3) Equation: y = 5x+7

Points: (8, 10) and (-4, 2) Slope: 2/3 Equation: 3y = 2x+14

The equation of this line is x=8 and it is my understanding that the slope is infinite/undefined.

y = 4x - 26

Points: (3, 0) and (0, -9) Slope: 3 Equation: y = 3x-9

Points: (3, -6) and (-3, 0) Slope: -1 Equation: y = -x-3

Point: (2, -1) Slope: -5 Equation: y = -5x+9

Points: (-5, 9) and (-4, 7) Slope: -2 Equation: y = -2x-1 in slope intercept form

y = -3x + 5

y - 2 = 4(x - 7)