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I'm a math school teacher in the State of Florida. I have taught elementary, middle, and high school math for 7 years.
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We can do this in one shot by using the point slope form instead, yy1=m (xx1) and simply solve for y. The slope, m, is 3 The (x1,y1) is (0,6) yy1=m (xx1) y(6)=3 (x0) y+6=3×0 y+6=3x y=3x6 
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When the equation of a line is given as x=1, x=12, x=2/3, .... it ALWAYS means that the slope it's ALWAYS UNDEFINED (in Calculus you'll learn what this means). So, undefined means NO SLOPE, not... 
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The given equation of the line is: 3x(1/5)y=3 The given coordinate point is: (x1,y1) = (6,5) Rewrite the given equation in SlopeIntercept Form, in other words, solve for "y": 3x(1/5)y=3... 
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The slope, m, is equal to 0.5 The coordinate of the point (x1,y1) is (6,4) Plug these values into the PointSlope Form, yy1=m(xx1) and solve for y: yy1=m(xx1) y4=0.5(x6) y4=0.5x3 y=0.5x+1 
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Another way of doing any kind of problems like these it's to use the "PointSlope Form" and solve for "y". This will ALWAYS give you the answer in one shot: Use the given points to find the Slope...
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