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**drakmord** I need a little bit of help with two questions that are confusing me quite a lot.

[1]

find the slope and y-intercept of the following: 5x-2y=3

put it in this form : 2y=5x-3 .. y=(5/2)x-3/2

From here , we can see that m=5/2 and y- intercept =-3/2

[2]

Write an equation for the line going through the points (3, 2) and (-2,4).

Thanks for your help guys!

Gradient=(2-4)/(3+2)=-2/5

Then we know this line passes through (3,2) , y-2=(-2/5)(x-3)

Then expand it . I assume u know this formula : y-y1=m(x-x1)

Drakmord.