KeemoD143
Graph the equation. y = 4x – 3
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Ahaanomegas
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Mark the point (0, -3) and draw a line with slope 4. Boom!
KeemoD143
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is it this ??
EulerGroupie
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nope
cholo71796
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Not quite, slope is rise over run. 4 is the same as 4 over 1, so it has to rise 4 and go over 1. Yours is going down 4 and over 1! Make it so it slopes the other way.
KeemoD143
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this one
EulerGroupie
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crossing point is off too
KeemoD143
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okay this one
EulerGroupie
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It crosses at y=3... then slope as @cholo71796 described
EulerGroupie
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erp... oops... -3 crossing
KeemoD143
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so no ??
cholo71796
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Not quite, yours looks like it is crossing at (0, -2) instead of (0, -3). Good on the slope now though
KeemoD143
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this one for sure ??
EulerGroupie
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The thrid graph looks like it crosses at -3 on the y. The fourth one has a bad slope again.
cholo71796
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Nah you had the slope good-- positive slopes go up and to the right-- but you got it crossing at (0, -3) now which is good
EulerGroupie
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Going left to right it should be like you are going up hill if the slope is positive.
KeemoD143
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okay help me with this then !!!!
KeemoD143
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Suppose y varies directly with x, and y = 8 when x = –6. What direct variation equation relates x and y? What is the value of y when x = –2?
EulerGroupie
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You should post a new question, so your helper gets a new point.
EulerGroupie
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Cholo did good for you... pick best response next to his name and start again.
KeemoD143
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ok