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awesomeness123
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HeLp PlEaSe!?!?!
I dont know how to do this?? I just need help with this one kind because there are more like this...
Choose the slopeintercept equation of the line that passes through the point shown and is parallel to the line shown.
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awesomeness123 Group Title
HeLp PlEaSe!?!?! I dont know how to do this?? I just need help with this one kind because there are more like this... Choose the slopeintercept equation of the line that passes through the point shown and is parallel to the line shown.
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dw:1351890017659:dw
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it needs to pass through which point?
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i get that paralell is the same slope but how do I find the slope
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y = 1/3 x + 14/3 y = 3x + 10 y = 3x  2 y =  1/3x + 10/3
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i can attach a file if it needs to be precise!
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you have those two points, yes?
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yeah
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so with those, we can find the slope using the slope formula:
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OHHHH thanks!!!
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gosh I didnt realize it was that easyyy
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lol. do you know what to do after you've got the slope?
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6/2
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yes! are you like indian??
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lol no. and we can simplify that slope to 3
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thx! an lol srry potta kinda sounded indian
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i got it know thxx
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my name's arielle, people call me ari for short. and ari potta is supposed to sound like harry potter in an english accent
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ohh omg i love hp
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lol me too :)
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