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Please help :( The slope of line JD is 1/4, J has coordinates (10, -4), and D has coordinates (6, y). What is the value for y?

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  1. Chlorophyll Group Title
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    m = Δy/ Δx ( y + 4) / ( 6 - 10 ) = 1/4 => y = ...? Can you fill in the blank

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    well, i got as far as to: y + 4 / -4 = 1/4 but I'm not positive what to do after that.

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    -> y + 4 = -1 Can you finish it now?

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    how'd you get that?

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    -4/4 = -1

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  6. xRAWRRx3 Group Title
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    and how'd you get that?

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  7. xRAWRRx3 Group Title
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    like what exactly do I have to do from: y-4/-4 = 1/4?

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    oh, so y would be -5?

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    wouldn't it be y +4 = -1?

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    Yep, x = -5 !

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    Thank you SO much x) you helped me a lot :)

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  12. xRAWRRx3 Group Title
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    Thanks xD I'm a very open person so I just ask what I need to ask LOL I hate not knowing or understanding things x)

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    LOL I know right? It's so frustrating sometimes when people do so xD and thanks x)

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    Sometime it's tough to report to god that I've done a good deed today :P

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    LOL I'll send an extra thought to him for you ;) LOL

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    Nice =)

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    hey, can you help me with another geometry question? x)

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