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Q:
# Which equation is in slope-intercept form and represents a line with slope 1/4 through the point (0, 0)?

Accepted Solution

A:

[tex]\bf \begin{array}{ccccccccc}
&&x_1&&y_1\\
% (a,b)
&&(~ 0 &,& 0~)
\end{array}
\\\\\\
% slope = m
slope = m\implies \cfrac{1}{4}
\\\\\\
% point-slope intercept
\stackrel{\textit{point-slope form}}{y- y_1= m(x- x_1)}\implies y-0=\cfrac{1}{4}(x-0)\implies y=\cfrac{1}{4}x[/tex]