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Hey would i wrote the equation for this p,ease explain in second grader terms=)

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  1. Venomblast
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    where the question?

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  2. EmmaH
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    how would i write an equatio n for that...im very confused..

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  4. Venomblast
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    so that a negative slope

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  5. MsBlack
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    y=mx+b m=slope=rise over run= y/x

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  6. MsBlack
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    plug in x*slope and minus it from y to get b and there is your equation

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  7. EmmaH
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    uuuuuh? y=mx+b this doesnt make much sense...all the possible answers have like a greater than or equal to sign or a less than or equal to sign or < or >

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  8. EmmaH
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    ?

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  9. nubeer
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    the region below the line is shaded.. that means your equation will be less then ... and the line drawn is solid that means less then equal to..

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    in case that line drawn would be dottted then you would just put less then sign.

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  11. MsBlack
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    slope= -1/2 y intercept = 4 y=-1/2x+4

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  12. EmmaH
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    like whats the blue print for the equation i have to write like y=mx+b but like only in that iother for

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  13. MsBlack
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    it's an inequality, 1 second

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  14. EmmaH
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    ok

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  15. MsBlack
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    instead of y = it will be < or > or equal to or greater than/ less than that all depends on the shaded part of the graph

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    like nubeer said shaded below the line less than and line is solid equal too.

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  17. EmmaH
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    uuuh im so sorry im just very confused can you start over and make it a little more simple in steps i promise to fan and give you a medal if you do!

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    \[y \le -\frac{ 1 }{ 2 } x + 4\]

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