What are the equations of two lines that intersect at (1,-3)(1,−3)? Check that (1,-3)(1,−3) satisfies both equations.

herraviuj 2022-10-10 Answered
What are the equations of two lines that intersect at (1,-3)(1,−3)? Check that (1,-3)(1,−3) satisfies both equations.
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Conor Daniel
Answered 2022-10-11 Author has 11 answers
Equation 1 can be determined by using the values: -3=1-4 implying that equation 1 can be y=x-4. Now equation 2 can be determined similarly using a coefficient of x and adding a constant therefore y=2x+k since y=-3 and x=1, this means that -3=2+k, therefore k=-5 and so equation 2 becomes: y=2x-5.
Result:
Equations: y=x−4 and y=2x−5.
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