Y= -17

# Can You Find The Coordinates Of Two Points On The Line With The Given Equation? Then Use The Point Find The Slope Of The Line Y=-3x+11?

Umm I think you have to rewrite the formula by making y the subject

Because your equation is in slope-intercept form (y=mx+b), you already know the slope (m) is -3.

Choose two values for x that are easy to compute with.

x=0, y=(0+11) = 11

x=1, y=(-3+11) = 8

Slope = ∆y/∆x = (8-11)/(1-0) = -3/1 = -3

We have shown that -3 is the slope as computed from the points (0, 11), (1, 8).

Choose two values for x that are easy to compute with.

x=0, y=(0+11) = 11

x=1, y=(-3+11) = 8

Slope = ∆y/∆x = (8-11)/(1-0) = -3/1 = -3

We have shown that -3 is the slope as computed from the points (0, 11), (1, 8).

(0,11) (1,13)