MATH SOLVE

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# Which linear function represents the line given by the point-slope equation y + 1 = β3(x β 5)?

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Answer:[tex]y=-3x+14[/tex] Β or Β [tex]3x+y=14[/tex]Step-by-step explanation:we have[tex]y+1=-3(x-5)[/tex] ----> equation of the line into point-slope formstep 1Convert to slope intercept formThe equation of the line into slope intercept form is equal to[tex]y=mx+b[/tex]so[tex]y+1=-3(x-5)[/tex][tex]y+1=-3x+15[/tex][tex]y=-3x+15-1[/tex][tex]y=-3x+14[/tex] ----> equation of the line into slope intercept formstep 2Convert to standard formThe equation of the line into standard form is equal to[tex]Ax+By=C[/tex]sowe have[tex]y=-3x+14[/tex]Adds 3x both sides[tex]3x+y=14[/tex] ----> equation of the line in standard form