*Edit Just reread your question...
You can just use the formula to get the equation of the line that passes through and ; where is the gradient , is the y-coordinate of the point and is the x-coordinate of the same point.
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I seriously in need of help. I found F1 already but i do know how to find X. I know you have to use the Line formula ( Y= Mx + B) but i cant seem to be able to get the answer.
I found the slope for F1 and P, which is .15/.5 = 3/10. Afterward, I plugged into the line formula(y=Mx+b) which is Y= 3/10x+B. I get that you have to plug (-4,0) into B but i do not know how to do it. Any help/ suggestion? This question will be on the future FINAL. Thanks
*Edit Just reread your question...
You can just use the formula to get the equation of the line that passes through and ; where is the gradient , is the y-coordinate of the point and is the x-coordinate of the same point.