#### Answer

$y=-35x+200$.

#### Work Step by Step

Let the equation be in the form of $y=mx+b$, where $m$ is the amount $y$ changes as $x$ increases by $1$. Hence here $m=-35$. Also when $x=0,y=200$, $b=200$. Thus the equation is $y=-35x+200$.

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$y=-35x+200$.

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