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Q: Slope is -3 and a y-intercept of 7?

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There is no slope nor intercept because there is no equation, simply an expression.

Slope = [(-2) - 3]/(7 - 4) = -5/3

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Slope of the given line is 3/7 So slope of perpendicular line is -7/3

Points: (-3, -1) and (-7, -8) Slope: (-1--8)/(-3--7) = 7/4 or 1.75

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There is no slope nor intercept because there is no equation, simply an expression.

It shows the relationship of y in terms of x. [y = (yIntercept) + ((slope)*(x))] [slope = (y2 - y1)/(x2 - x1)]

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Points: (7, 3) and (5, 9) Slope: -3

Slope = [(-2) - 3]/(7 - 4) = -5/3

Points: (7, -3) and (-7, 4) Slope: (-3-4)/(7--7) = -1/2 or -0.5

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Points: (-3, -10) and (5, -7) Slope: 3/8

Slope of the given line is 3/7 So slope of perpendicular line is -7/3

You can write it either in standard form (ax + by = c) or in slope-intercept form (y = mx + b)

Points: (-3, -1) and (-7, -8) Slope: (-1--8)/(-3--7) = 7/4 or 1.75

Points: (-6, -2) and (-3, -7) Slope: (-2--7)/(-6--3) = -5/3