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Write the equation of the given line in slope-intercept form. (Points : 1) I have a graph we suppose to use!

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    Yes

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  2. Need_Help_Correcting
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  3. Kelumptus
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    OK, so what you need to do is pick to points on the line

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  4. Need_Help_Correcting
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    This is the attanchment with the choices

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  5. Need_Help_Correcting
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    and you know the information i am on number 1.

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  6. Kelumptus
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    We have two that are shown already

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  7. Need_Help_Correcting
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    Is it 2.4 and -4.1

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  8. Kelumptus
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    Yep, thats the two points

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  9. Need_Help_Correcting
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    So how do i write this is is choice C

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  10. Kelumptus
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    So we need an equation of the form y = mx + c where m is the slope and c is the y-intercept.

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    Ok

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  12. Need_Help_Correcting
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    I need to plug them in

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  13. Kelumptus
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    So now we need to find all the components, that is, m & c

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  14. Kelumptus
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    C is easy, C (the y-intercept) is the point where the line crosses the y axis.

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    Do i idividually do it or i try crmming both of them in one equation

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  16. Need_Help_Correcting
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    is it y=1/2x + 3

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  17. Kelumptus
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    One at a time, so first we find C. Can you see on the picture where the line crosses through the y axis?

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    Yes

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  19. Kelumptus
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    Yep, you are correct, it is y = 1/2x + 3

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    Woot!

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  21. Need_Help_Correcting
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    So its C what i mean by C is the third answer!

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    By the way can yiou help me on four more but help me correct them!

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    I am on Number 2

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    is it

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    Y=-2

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    are you there

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    yes i need help correcting

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    The second attanchment is the one problem i need help on!

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    Can anyone help me?

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  31. Need_Help_Correcting
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    I think it is y = -2

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    you there

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  33. winterfez
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    |dw:1354353288627:dw|

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  34. Need_Help_Correcting
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    Umm so its y=-2?

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  35. winterfez
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    do you have graphic calculaor?

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  36. Need_Help_Correcting
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    No O:

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    Can you tell me if i got it correct?

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  38. Kelumptus
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    yes -2 is correct

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  39. winterfez
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    y=-2 is correct. because you have a straight horizontal line (y), thus no x...If it is vertical then you have x not y

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    Sorry i was just having dinner before, but well done =)

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