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ashleylynn
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1. Which equation is equivalent to y – 6 = –12(x + 4)?
a.y = –6x – 48
b.y = 6x – 48
c.y = –12x – 42
d.y = –12x – 54
2. Which point is located on the line represented by the equation y + 4 = –5(x – 3)?
a.(–4, –5)
b.(–5, –4)
c.(3, –4)
d.(–3, 4)
3. The population of a city increases by 4,000 people each year. In 2025, the population is projected to be 450,000 people. What is an equation that gives the city’s population p (in thousands of people) x years after 2010?
a.p = 4x + 50
b.p – 450 = 4(x – 15)
c.p – 15 = 4(x – 450)
d.p = 4x +
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ashleylynn Group Title
1. Which equation is equivalent to y – 6 = –12(x + 4)? a.y = –6x – 48 b.y = 6x – 48 c.y = –12x – 42 d.y = –12x – 54 2. Which point is located on the line represented by the equation y + 4 = –5(x – 3)? a.(–4, –5) b.(–5, –4) c.(3, –4) d.(–3, 4) 3. The population of a city increases by 4,000 people each year. In 2025, the population is projected to be 450,000 people. What is an equation that gives the city’s population p (in thousands of people) x years after 2010? a.p = 4x + 50 b.p – 450 = 4(x – 15) c.p – 15 = 4(x – 450) d.p = 4x +
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For problem 1, you want to first apply the distributive property to the right side, and then add 6 to both sides to isolate the y.
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ashleylynn Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
ohkay then what?
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@nbouscal
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If you've done that you should have the answer
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ashleylynn Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
i got y6=12x+48 @nbouscal
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After the first step that's correct, then the second step is to add 6 to both sides to isolate the y.
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ashleylynn Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
wait i don't get how to do that like so it would y=6x48 ? @nbouscal
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nbouscal Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Nope. You have \(y6=12x48\). So then you add 6 to both sides, which gives \(y6+6=12x48+6\). Then you combine like terms to simplify it.
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y=12x42 @nbouscal
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That's correct.
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ohkay next one
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nasavivek Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
@ashleylynn ... for 1st one ans is y= 12x42
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yeah i know i mean what do i dooo for the second problemmm @nbouscal
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nasavivek Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
@ashleylynn ..for 2nd ans is (5,4)
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thanks and for the 4th ? @nbouscal
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@nbouscal
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