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anonymous
 4 years ago
Find the slopes between the two points and compare them. Choose the statement that is true about the values of the slopes.
Set #1 Set #2
(0, 4) and (2, 8) (3, 7) and (1, 5)
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The slope of Set #1 is larger than the slope of Set #2.
The slope of Set #1 is the same as the slope of Set #2.
The slope of Set #1 is smaller than the slope of Set #2.
None of the statements above describes slopes of sets shown.
anonymous
 4 years ago
Find the slopes between the two points and compare them. Choose the statement that is true about the values of the slopes. Set #1 Set #2 (0, 4) and (2, 8) (3, 7) and (1, 5) Answer The slope of Set #1 is larger than the slope of Set #2. The slope of Set #1 is the same as the slope of Set #2. The slope of Set #1 is smaller than the slope of Set #2. None of the statements above describes slopes of sets shown.

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anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0The slope of Set #1 is smaller than the slope of Set #2.

anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0To graph the equation using the slope and yintercept, you would have to do which of the following? Answer Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move down 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points. Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move up 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points. Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move down 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points. Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move up 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points.

anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0To graph the equation using the slope and yintercept, you would have to do which of the following? Choices Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move down 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points. Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move up 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points. Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move down 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points. Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move up 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points.
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