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Stupid Algebra test. I don't understand graphs.... 1. Using the slope-intercept form of a line, find the equation of the line with slope and y-intercept –2. Then graph the line on the grid provided and explain how you determined your graph.

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  1. amistre64 Group Title
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    y = "slope" x +"intercept" y = mx + b y = plug in the slope and the yint to define the particular rule

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    to graph; but a dot on the y axis that has the same number is the y int. then move in the directions that the slope tells you to move \[\frac{move.by\ y}{move.by\ x}\]

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    |dw:1336679487400:dw| Sorry..I don't have a steady hand. >_<

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    |dw:1336679669961:dw| and without knowing your slope ... its hard to direct the rest of it

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    The slope is 3/2

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    then from that point it says; move y, +3 and move x, +2 over.

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    if you can draw the graph lines; you can move a dot :)

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    So, from where you drew it, I want to move it to the correct space, right?

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    correct, the y int gives us a starting point; the slope directs us to the next point from there

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    Alright. Thanks.

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    your welcome

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