One way to find the formula of a line passing through (15,16) and (30,25) is by

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One way to find the formula of a line passing through (15,16) and (30,25) is by using a table, as shown below. Complete parts (a) and (b) below.
a) Complete the box in the first row.
xy015163025
b) Report the formula of the line in slope-intercept form.
y=___+x___

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Answered 2021-09-21 Author has 92 answers

Step 1
line passing through point
(15,16)and(30,25)
The equation of line is given by
x153015=y162516
x1515=y169
x15=53y16
3x45=5y80
3x+35=5y
y=35x+7
y=0.6x+7
Step 2
a) Complete box.
xy0715163025
b) Report line in slope-intercept form y=0.6x+7.

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