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**Forkmaster** We were assigned a homework page over Xmas break, and then everyone forgot about it due to a large amount of tests, so we just got around to grading it, and i've forgotten how to do the problems...

i did every problem but one before winter break, and i left my math book at school, so i have no idea how to do it...i wrote it down, however, so i can ask about it...i have to go to bed in 20 minutes, can someone please help me?

Write an equation of each line in slope-intercept form

each line (a, b, c) are going down at the same angle, with a rise/run of either (-1, 1) or (1, -1) depending on how you look at it. Line A intercepts at (0,4), Line B intercepts at (0, 2), and (2, 0), and Line C intercepts at (0, 0).

i know its vague, but im short on time, and i don't have the book to scan the graph...if anyone can understand and help me with this, it would be greatly appreciated.