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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

My problem is actually y= -2/3x+5 x being -1 can someone show me how to work this please

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    You just plug the -1 in for x in the equation. So y is equal to -2/3*(-1)+5. So y=17/3

  2. anonymous
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    how did you get 17/3?

  3. anonymous
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    -2/3*-1 is equal to 2/3. When you had that to 5 (which is equivalent to 15/3, right?) you end up with 17/3.

  4. anonymous
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    so I multiply 3*-1 then add 5..I am in 7th grade and have a test tomorrow..I really need it broken down and explained if you can please..I am sorry.

  5. anonymous
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    where are you getting 15/3 and 17/3

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