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what is a slope-intercept if.... X-intercept is 2 and slope is 7?

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  1. Nikebauer12
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    the x intercept is where y=0 the y intercept is where x=0

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  2. alexwee123
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    slope intercept form would be y=mx+b

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  3. louis413
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    wait i thought 2 is for y-intercepts..

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  4. alexwee123
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    nike 2 is an x intercept

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  5. Nikebauer12
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    yeah i missed that one.. so y=b for the y intercept..

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  6. alexwee123
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    to find slope intercept form i like to use the point slope formula |dw:1336108386600:dw| then i would plug in (2,0) and the slope and then convert it to y=mx+b

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  7. louis413
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    wait wuts the answer?

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  8. alexwee123
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    that's for you to figure out since i gave you instructions on how to find the answer ^

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  9. louis413
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    =>= alright tahnks dude

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  10. Nikebauer12
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    good call alex. idk why i couldnt think of that formula.. but to check you answer you could just graph it.

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  11. alexwee123
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    ya you could but that takes more time ^

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  12. alexwee123
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    plugging the information back in is the fastest way to check :)

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