src4235
Identify the correct slope and y intercept of the equation x - 4y = 4.
slope = 4; y intercept at (0, -1)
slope = ; 1/4 y intercept at (0, 1)
slope = ;1/4 y intercept at (0, -1)
slope = -4; y intercept at (0, 1)
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noseboy908
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to do this, first put the original equation into slope-intercept form by isolating y.
src4235
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whats slope intercept form?
noseboy908
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y=(m)x+(b)
noseboy908
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where m = the slope, and b = the y-intercept.
src4235
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oh ok ill try then:)
src4235
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so would it be the first choice?:o
cj7529
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yeah @src4235 its the first one
noseboy908
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no, what are the steps you used?
cj7529
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ah my bad sorry =/ i was wrong lol
src4235
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thanks sorry but i have to go:c thanks for the help:)) i understand now just couldn't remember the formulasxP
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ok, you're welcome. Hit Best response please!