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  • 4 years ago

How do I find the slope of 12x + 4y = 24 ?

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  1. anonymous
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    y=mx+b

  2. anonymous
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    4y = 12x + 24

  3. anonymous
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    4/4y = 12/4 + 24/4

  4. anonymous
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    y=3x + 6

  5. anonymous
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    had trouble with these kinds of problems to so thats all the steps I know

  6. anonymous
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    Thankss .

  7. anonymous
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    No problem, I had these kinds of homework problems last night and I didn't know the rest of the steps, just how to simplify it.

  8. anonymous
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    I got confused ! &- I still am .

  9. anonymous
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    Ask your teacher and maybe he could help you. Afterall it is what they're there for.

  10. anonymous
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    A line has a slope of m = 12 , and the point ( -2, 8 ) lies on the line . What is the equation of the line ?

  11. anonymous
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    you can also use the fact that the slope of \[ax+by=c\] is \[-\frac{a}{b}\]

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