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DaveboysBack

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Click Photo to see question! Please Help :D

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  2. 123F
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    the answer is no

  3. DaveboysBack
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    Why is no?

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    Why is the answer no?

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    the graph and table are not the same #'s ok

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    The line on the table would have the equation (slope intercept form) y=2x-3 The line on the graph would have the equation y=2x+3 both lines are parallel but have different y intercept points Table line y intercept is -3 while the graph is +3

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