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find a linear functin h, given h(9)=-14 and h(-1)=6. Then find h(8). what's h(x)=.

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find a linear functin h, given h(9)=-14 and h(-1)=6. Then find h(8). what's h(x)=.

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Step 1

The given points are, (9, –14) and (–1, 6).

Let y = h(x), (x1, y1) = (9, –14) and (x2 , y2) = (–1, 6).

The slope of the line is calculated as follows.

m
6-(-14)
-1-9
6 14
-10
20
10
=-2
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m 6-(-14) -1-9 6 14 -10 20 10 =-2

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Step 2

Substitute the values x1 = 9, y1 = –14 and m = –2 in the line e...

у -(-14)--2(х-9)
(:У-и-т(х-х))
y 14=-2r18
y=2x +18 14
y=-2r4
h(x)%3D - 2х + 4
11
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у -(-14)--2(х-9) (:У-и-т(х-х)) y 14=-2r18 y=2x +18 14 y=-2r4 h(x)%3D - 2х + 4 11

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