anonymous
  • anonymous
"Whenever you change the slope of a line, you change the intercepts of that line. It follows, then, that whenever you change intercepts of a line, you change the slope of that line." True, False, or part true and part false?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Anyone gonna help me?????
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  • anonymous
Will give medal!
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's true :P

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anonymous
  • anonymous
All of it?
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Yes, if you change the slope, you will have to change at least one-intercept. However, you can change the intercepts without changing the slope. ex: y = x + 3 has intercepts (0,3) and (-3 , 0) y = x - 3 has intercepts (0 , -3) and (3 , 0) both intercepts are different, but the slope is still 1
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Thank you!
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You're welcome! :D

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