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Alexis.Nicole24

  • 2 years ago

What are the slopes to.... y=3x+2 y=2x-3 y=-1/2x-1 y=3

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  1. lexiamee
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    slope is x

  2. lexiamee
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    does that help?

  3. Alexis.Nicole24
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    No i need like answers to them?

  4. lexiamee
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    what numbers are attached to X then that is your answer

  5. Alexis.Nicole24
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    thank you sooo much :)

  6. LukeBlueFive
    • 2 years ago
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    For an equation of the form: \[y = mx + b\] The value m in front of the x is the slope. If there is no x, then the slope is 0 (assuming it's y = some constant).

  7. lexiamee
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    your welcome

  8. Alexis.Nicole24
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    Thanks luke :)

  9. lexiamee
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    medal lol please

  10. Alexis.Nicole24
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    ok

  11. lexiamee
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    thanks

  12. LukeBlueFive
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    @Alexis.Nicole24 You're welcome!

  13. Alexis.Nicole24
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    :D

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