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On the xy-plane, at what point along the vertical axis (the

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On the xy-plane, at what point along the vertical axis (the y-axis) does the line passing through points (5, -2) and (3,4) intersect that axis?

(A) -8

(B) \(-\frac{5}{2}\)

(C) 3

(D) 7

(E) 13
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you know two points, so you can find the slope with the formula y2-y1/x2-x1 --> so the slope is -3. you can see the slope as - 3/1 so that the denominator gives you the run and the numerator the rise. So from point 3,4 you go one step to the left and 3 up, again one step let and 3 up and lastly 1 step left and 3 up and you are on the y axis at point 0,13. Answer E
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