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Chapter 1.3, Problem 68E

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In Exercises 61-80, find a linear equation whose graph is the straight line with the given properties. [**HINT:** See Example 2.]

Through

To determine

**To calculate:** The linear equation of the straight line passing through two points

and

**Given Information:**

The provided points are

and

**Formula used:**

The equation of slope-intercept form of the straight line is given as,

Where,

and

are the coordinates,

represents the slope and

is the

-intercept respectively.

The slope is given by,

If a straight line passing through the point

and having the slope

then the *y*-intercept of the line is given as,

If a straight line passing through two points

, and

then the slope

is given as,

Where,

is the rate of change in *y* and

is the rate of change in *x*.

**Calculation:**

Consider the provided points

and

To calculate the linear equation of the straight line passing through two points

and

apply the slope formula as,

Now, substitute the values of

and

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