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  • 5 years ago

witch point lies on the line defined by 3x+6y=2?

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  1. anonymous
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    many points lie on that line. choose any value for x and see what value of y you get for that value of x

  2. anonymous
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    post your results here

  3. anonymous
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    (0,2), (o,6), (1,-1/6y), or (1,-1/3)

  4. anonymous
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    is this a multiple choice?

  5. anonymous
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    yes

  6. anonymous
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    okay substitute x = 0 in your equation and see what value of y you get.

  7. anonymous
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    ok so i got 6y=2

  8. anonymous
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    so y = ?

  9. anonymous
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    isnt it (0,2)

  10. anonymous
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    no. if 6y=2, what is the value of y?

  11. anonymous
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    o so its gotta be (0,6)

  12. anonymous
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    nope. you are not answering my question. if 6y = 2, what is y?

  13. anonymous
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    oooo im not trying to find the value of y

  14. anonymous
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    yes you are. only that way will you get a point of the form (x,y)

  15. anonymous
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    i just want the answer

  16. anonymous
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    none of the points you mentioned lie on the line.

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