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  • 4 years ago

How would you graph the linear function y=5 over 3 x + 4?

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    |dw:1327543011815:dw|

  2. anonymous
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    Is that your equation??

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    |dw:1327543150883:dw|

  4. anonymous
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    OH!

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    haha. yeah. sorry for the misundersatnding

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    |dw:1327543172584:dw|

  7. anonymous
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    Sorry for the horrible penmanship.

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    ohmy , it's fine ! (: thanks for the help .

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    The reason I went down, was because I couldn't go up any further. So when you go down, you must move to the left instead of the right, since the original equation was positive, not negative. Anytime!

  10. anonymous
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    Oh yes. I get that. I just needed to know how you would graph it. I appreciate it (:

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    |dw:1327543471910:dw|

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    The previous one was incorrect. Sorry.

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    |dw:1327543576283:dw|

  14. anonymous
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    There we go!

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    So the points would be at (0,4) & (-3, -1) ?

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    Yes(:

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    Thank you ! <3

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