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-1.77846154 as a fraction

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  1. Outkast3r09
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    use calculator?!

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  2. Outkast3r09
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    if you have a graphing calculator

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  3. jiberjiber
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    I have one, I just have no idea where it is...

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    ahh alright hold on let me grab mine

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    Thanks! :D

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    it is not a fraction

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  7. TBates
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    88923077/50000000

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    I think that's in reduced form...

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    so, basically, the problem is: y-4.36 =(2.89/13) (x-8)

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    oops I meant -88923077/50000000

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  11. jiberjiber
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    the (2.89/13) is the fraction. So am i just going about this wrong?

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  12. TBates
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    what are you trying to do with the problem?

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  13. Outkast3r09
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    2.89/13 is not 1.7ish... it's much more less

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    2.89/13=289/1300

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    what are you trying to find? the line?

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  16. Outkast3r09
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    \[y=\frac{289}{1300}x+\frac{839}{325}\]

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    I figured it out, nevermind, but thanks anyways. I was trying to get this: y-7.25=0.17(x-25) y-7.25=0.17x-4.25 y=0.17x+3

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