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brianhai97

  • 2 years ago

Which line has the equation y= -x=3?

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  1. brianhai97
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  2. j814wong
    • 2 years ago
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    Do you mean y=-x+3 or y=-x-3?

  3. j814wong
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    If it's y=-x+3, the answer is line DE

  4. brianhai97
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    that is what i mean y=-x+3

  5. brianhai97
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    also this one too plz, Which line has the equation x-3y=3?

  6. j814wong
    • 2 years ago
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    For that, solve for y first. x-3y=3 x-3=3y (1/3)x-1=y y=(1/3)x-1 Line GE

  7. j814wong
    • 2 years ago
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    In a y=mx+b equation, m is teh slope and b is teh y-intercept so if asked to graph a line, try to converted teh equation into this form to make it easier.

  8. brianhai97
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    like how so?

  9. brianhai97
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    ohh my bad and thanks alot i get it :)

  10. j814wong
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    isolate the y variable to one side. For example x-3y=3 x-3y+3y-3=3-3+3y x-3=3y (x-3)/3=3y/3 (1/3)x-1=y y=(1/3)x-1 m = 1/3 b = -1

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    No problem

  12. mukushla
    • 2 years ago
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