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  1. y2o2
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    which question ?!

  2. waheguru
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    remember to find the y intercept look where the line intercets the y axies

  3. igloo3000
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    all of them

  4. igloo3000
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    can you help me with y intercept the slope and the equation though

  5. igloo3000
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    1-4 first

  6. y2o2
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    Slope = (-2/3) Y-int = 2 Equation : "y = (-2/3)x + 2"

  7. igloo3000
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    for the first one?

  8. igloo3000
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    can you do the second one

  9. y2o2
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    no this is no.4

  10. y2o2
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    Ok, i'll solve you the second one

  11. igloo3000
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    wait

  12. igloo3000
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    can you solve 1-4?

  13. y2o2
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    No, you have to do them by yourself....i'm just helping.

  14. y2o2
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    i'll solve the second

  15. y2o2
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    2- Slope = 1 Y-int = 0 Equation: y=x

  16. igloo3000
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    how did you do it?

  17. y2o2
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    as you can see, the st.line is passing throw (0,0) this means that the y-int = 0 So the equation is "Y = aX" choose any two points on the graph and substitute with them in the equation let it be (2,2) for example: 2 = a * 2 so a = 1 so the equation is : "y = x"

  18. igloo3000
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    can I solve one then see if I get it right?

  19. y2o2
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    yeah , sure

  20. igloo3000
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    thanks

  21. igloo3000
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    wait the y-int that I learned was you always have to put 0 then the number

  22. igloo3000
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    is the answer 1, (0,1), y=x+1?

  23. igloo3000
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    for number 1

  24. y2o2
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    No, that's wrong answer

  25. y2o2
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    try again

  26. y2o2
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    you can get they y-int by letting x=0

  27. y2o2
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    y-int is the point of intersection between the St.line and the y-axis

  28. igloo3000
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    is the slope correct?

  29. igloo3000
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    what is not correct?

  30. igloo3000
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    ohh I see

  31. y2o2
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    no it's not

  32. igloo3000
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    is the slope -4, the y-int (0, 3 1/2), and the equation y=-4x+ 3 1/2?

  33. y2o2
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    actually , the graph is not so clear , so i considered the y-int as (0,3)

  34. igloo3000
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    is everything else correct?

  35. y2o2
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    the answer of no 1 will be: Y-int = (0,3) Slope = -3 Equation : "y = -3x+3" *of course this answer is by considering the y-int is 3 not 3.5 or else

  36. igloo3000
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    ok

  37. igloo3000
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    let's keep going!

  38. igloo3000
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    number 3

  39. y2o2
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    will you solve it ?!

  40. igloo3000
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    yes

  41. igloo3000
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    and you can check

  42. y2o2
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    Ok, go on

  43. igloo3000
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    ok

  44. igloo3000
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    can you tell me the answer so I can check?

  45. y2o2
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    no , you tell me your answer

  46. igloo3000
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    ok

  47. igloo3000
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    slope is 1 y-int is (0,-2) equation is y=1x-2

  48. y2o2
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    you got the y-int right, but you mistaken the slope

  49. igloo3000
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    it's rise over run

  50. igloo3000
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    found it

  51. igloo3000
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    nope I haven't

  52. igloo3000
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    how do you do slope? cause I know it's rise over run?

  53. y2o2
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    yes it's, but in mathematical words...it's change y over the change of x so you just pick any two points e.g : (1,0) & (0,2) [i chose them to only ease the calculations] so the slope = (\[(2-0) \over (1-0) \] which is equal to -2

  54. y2o2
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    sorry it's (0-2) not (2-0)

  55. igloo3000
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    is that the answer to number 3 for the slope or is that an example?

  56. y2o2
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    yes it's for no. 3

  57. igloo3000
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    awww

  58. igloo3000
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    the website is restarting soon

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