The point lies on the line if it satisfies its equation. Substitute x=−2 and y=3 then solve for k using the equation:

\(4(−2)+3k(3)=10\)

\(−8+9k=10\)

\(9k=18\)

\(k=2\)

Question

asked 2021-02-12

a. find the y-intercept and slope.

b. determine whether the line slopes upward, slopes downward, or is horizontal, without graphing the equation.

c. use two points to graph the equation.

\(y=-3\)

asked 2021-06-12

Find the point on the line \(y = 5x + 2\) that is closest to the origin.

asked 2021-06-29

asked 2020-10-23

Line 1: \(y=−5\)

Line 2: \(4y−16x=−1\)

Line 3: \(x=−6\)

Line 4: \(y+5=4(x+1)\)