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How Do You Match An Equation With A Graph?

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  1. anonymous
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    What type of equation? You can graph many types of equation and you can graph them on different types of graphs too

  2. anonymous
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    what type? Drake!

  3. anonymous
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    Like -6/7x-1/2y=3/7 & Yeaa :D Lmfaooo

  4. anonymous
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    The equation -6/7x-1/2y=3/7 is an equation of a line.

  5. anonymous
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    Yea ! How To Do Solve it To Put it On The Line?

  6. anonymous
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    lmaoooooooooooo were talking about 2 different things

  7. anonymous
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    Lmaooo Oh , Im So Confussed O.o

  8. anonymous
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    do you want steps to do it? If so i can show you :)

  9. anonymous
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    Yess Plss :)

  10. anonymous
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    Follow these steps :D : http://www.wolframalpha.com/bing/?i=-6%2f7x-1%2f2y%3d3%2f7

  11. anonymous
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    Before graphing -6/7x-1/2y=3/7 you should get rid of the fractions You get rid of the fractions by finding a common denominator and multiply each side by that denominator. For instance 14(-6/7x-1/2y)=14(3/7) multiply that and it will get rid of those nasty fractions :-)

  12. anonymous
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    Ohh Ok , Thnk Yoouu :DDDD

  13. anonymous
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    yw.

  14. anonymous
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    http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=-6%2F7x-1%2F2y%3D3%2F7 here is the answer to the hyperbola

  15. anonymous
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    Use that site for quick answers and to check your work

  16. anonymous
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    kk

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