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clongfl

  • 2 years ago

4x + y = –3 ? What kind of line is this equation when graphed? vertical horizontal rising falling

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  1. graydarl
    • 2 years ago
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    y=4x+3 this is the definition of the line and u give values of x to find the line path

  2. graydarl
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    rising is the answer

  3. graydarl
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    at x=0 y=3 at x=1 y= 7 at x=2 y=19 and so on

  4. graydarl
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    so u can draw a line in a xy system of coordinates

  5. clongfl
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    :) thank you so much. Cleared ALL my questions up for that area.

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