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anonnnn

  • 2 years ago

Help? Match the equation to the graph.

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  1. anonnnn
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    Please explain?

  7. chaguanas
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    From the equation, you set one variable to 0, then find the other. Let x=0, find y. Let y=0, find x

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    - 6/7(0) - 1/2y = 3/7 -1/2y = 3/7 -1/2y divided by -1/2 = 3/7 divided by - 1/2 y = -6/7 ?

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    From that result alone, you can eliminate one or two of the choices. Find the x, and you can tell which graph exactly

  10. anonnnn
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    Is that correct though? o: and thank you

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    I'm not good with fractions lol

  12. chaguanas
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    Have confidence, don't tell yourself, you're not good at it.

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    With x, doing the same method, I ended up with x = 2 but thats not an option?

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    It's possible you made a mistake, finding x.

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