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2016-04-04T07:28:57+08:00
Hi! You need to follow the point-slope formula, which is "y-y1=m(x-x1)", where...

Y1 is your output (-4, or 1)
X1 is your input (7, or 2)
M is your slope (1)

Pick any y value and any x value, but they should be from the same ordered pair. Let's say we pick the first ordered pair. We can substitute these values into the formula:

Y-(-4)=1(x-7)

Y + 4 = x - 7 (FINAL ANSWER)

*If you need it to be in slope-intercept form (y=mx+b), just move the "4" to the other side of the equation and change the sign.

Y = x - 11 (*FINAL: SLOPE INTERCEPT FORM*)

Hope I helped!

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