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WHAT IS THE SLOPE INTERCEPT FORM?

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  1. Lukecrayonz Group Title
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    Y=mx+b

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  2. KatrinaKaif Group Title
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    "M" Stands for the slope "B" stands for the y-intercept

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    SO I I HAVE (2,3) SLOPE 1/4?

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    You need to find an equation for it?

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    YES

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    If you do, we use the equation: (y-y1) = m (x-x1) Plug in "1/4" for m (x1,y1) are your given points (2,3) (So 2 = x1, 3 = y1) Plug it in and solve

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    CAN U DO THIS ONE FO ME THEN I CAN GET THE HANG OF IT CUSE I HAVE MORE OF THESE PROBLEMS

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    Can you atleast plug in those values for me?

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    I GOT 3Y=1/4X-1/2

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    (y - 3) = 1/4 (x-2) (y-3) = 1/4x - 1/2 y = 1/4x - 1/2 + 3 Simplify and you have your answer :-)

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    i got 1/4x-1/6

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    Try again. Remember to find the common denominator between 1/2 and 3/1 (not 1/3)

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    i cant get it in the book it gives e y=1/4x+5/2

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    can u just give it to me step to to step please

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    are u gonna help p me

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    1/2+3, convert 1/2 into a decimal. 1/2=0.5, add 0.5+3, maybe it will be easier.

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