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Hbadgerdontcare

  • 2 years ago

What is the slope of the line shown?

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  1. Hbadgerdontcare
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  2. tejasree
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    What are the points?

  3. tejasree
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    can you type them out

  4. Hbadgerdontcare
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    (-2,5) (9,-4)

  5. tejasree
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    The first point (-2, 5): x1 = -2 y1 = 5 The second point (9, -4): x2 = 9 y2 = -4

  6. tejasree
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    y2 - y1 Slope=-------- x2 - x1

  7. tejasree
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    Can you do it from here?

  8. Hbadgerdontcare
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    i suck at this

  9. tejasree
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    ok fine! -4 - 5 -9 slope=--------- = ----------- 9 + 2 11

  10. Hbadgerdontcare
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    -9 / 11 is the answer?

  11. tejasree
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    slope is -9/11

  12. tejasree
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    yes!

  13. Hbadgerdontcare
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    i love u

  14. tejasree
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    what the....!!!!!!!!!

  15. tejasree
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    thank you for the medal!!! :D

  16. Hbadgerdontcare
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    Write the equation in standard form of the line through J(4, 1)with slope –4

  17. tejasree
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    Use the point slope form y - y1 = m(x - x1)

  18. Hbadgerdontcare
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    come on :(

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    kkkkkkkkkkk!!!

  20. Hbadgerdontcare
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    ?

  21. tejasree
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    x1 = 4 y1 = 1 m = slope = -4

  22. tejasree
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    I said okay okay...............

  23. Hbadgerdontcare
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    so thats the answer?

  24. tejasree
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    y - y1 = m(x - x1) y - 1 = -4(x - 4) y - 1 = -4x + 16 y - 1 + 1 = -4x + 16 + 1 y = -4x + 17 <----- Answer

  25. Hbadgerdontcare
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    thank you !!!

  26. tejasree
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    no prob! :)

  27. Hbadgerdontcare
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    1 more problem actually :(

  28. tejasree
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    kay

  29. Hbadgerdontcare
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    Which solution for the value of x in the figure below is incorrect? Explain.

  30. tejasree
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    ummmmmmmmm........wheres the figure!!!!!

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    A. 4x – 2 = 3x + 6 B. 4x – 2 + 3x + 6 = 180 x = 8 7x + 4 = 180 x = 25.1

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    I am kinda dumb when it gets to geometry!!!!!!!!!!! oops sorry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    come on!!

  35. tejasree
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    I THINK its b

  36. tejasree
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    I am really not sure!!!!!!! I am not lying, bud!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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