Contains the points (-6, -12), (0, -12) put into slope intercept form ASAP Question Contains the points (-6, -12), (0, -12)put into slope intercept form ASAP in progress 0 Math Eden 6 mins 2021-10-13T05:49:40+00:00 2021-10-13T05:49:40+00:00 1 Answer 0

## Answers ( )

Answer:y=-12

Step-by-step explanation:For the slope of line given two points I like to line up and subtract. Then put 2nd diff/1st diff.

Let’s do that:

(-6 , -12 )

(0 , -12)

———–

-6 0

2nd/1st=0/-6=0 slope should have been obvious as 0 since there is no rise in the points (you can see this from their y-coordinate)

Anyways the y-intercept is when it crosses the y-axis. The y-axis is crossed when the x-coordinate is 0. You have that given here which is -12.

So the equation is y=0x-12 or jusy y=-12

If you already knew that horizontal lines were of the form y=a number

then you could have just skip to y=-12

y=-12 just means all the ordered pairs on this line have the y-coordinate being -12 which is what we have in the set of points you gave