## Algebra 1: Common Core (15th Edition)

Published by Prentice Hall

# Chapter 5 - Linear Functions - Chapter Test - Page 357: 4

y-3=-2(x+2)

#### Work Step by Step

You have the point (-2,3) and the slope is -2.The point-slope form is y-$y_{1}$=m(x-$x_{1}$) .Plug in -2 for $x_{1}$,3 for $y_{1}$ and -2 for m so the equation would be : y-3=-2(x+2)

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