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lyzzy7

  • 2 years ago

Helppppp! draw a graph or just a line for this equation please? i cant figure out which way it goes. -6/7x -1/2y=3/7

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  1. lyzzy7
    • 2 years ago
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    |dw:1356116287108:dw|

  2. tcarroll010
    • 2 years ago
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    Looks like this:

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  3. tcarroll010
    • 2 years ago
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    In slope-intercept-form, that equation is: y = (-12/7)x - 6/7

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  5. tcarroll010
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    You can graph that by getting the x and y intercepts and then just draw a straight line through the points.

  6. lyzzy7
    • 2 years ago
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    THANK YOU BOTH! Can either of youu help me with this one too? –0.2x – 0.6y = 0.12

  7. tcarroll010
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    You can get the y-intercept by seting "x" = to 0: y = (-12/7)(0) - 6/7 y = -6/7 Sure, fire away.

  8. tcarroll010
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    You can get the x-intercept by setting "y" = 0: 0 = (-12/7)x - 6/7 x = -1/2

  9. tcarroll010
    • 2 years ago
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    btw, good luck with all of your studies and thx for the recognition!

  10. lyzzy7
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    so what would that look like? and thank you for the help!

  11. tcarroll010
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    The graph?

  12. lyzzy7
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    yes

  13. tcarroll010
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    In my post under your drawing I have an attachment.

  14. lyzzy7
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    No, I mean for the second equation. Should I make it a seperate question so you can get another meal? Its this one. –0.2x – 0.6y = 0.12

  15. lyzzy7
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    metal*

  16. lyzzy7
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    medal* omg Hhaha

  17. tcarroll010
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    lol sorry, didn't see that one. Ok, I'll get to work. Gotta get the eyes working first! :-) That's okay, I'll answer it here. Medals are nice, but I'm here to help. Medals are way secondary.

  18. lyzzy7
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    Awhhh thanks!

  19. tcarroll010
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    So, here's a FRESH graph. Hot off of the computer:

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  20. tcarroll010
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    That equation I re-wrote to: y = -x/5 - 0.2

  21. tcarroll010
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    x and y intercepts are found the same way as described for the other one.

  22. tcarroll010
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    Hope you come back and see your spanking-new graph! It was nice working with you. I had to go get a cake out of the oven, so hopefully I'll be back later. If my cake didn't burn. After I scrape burnt cake off of the walls.

  23. lyzzy7
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    That is amazing! Thank you sooooooo much!

  24. lyzzy7
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    and lol, good luck with your cake! Merry Christmas! or Happy Hanukah! or Happy Kwanza! Whatever your little heart desires! haha

  25. tcarroll010
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    You're quite welcome, @lyzzy7 and the cake turned out OK! Homemade banana cake from scratch, from me! A non-baker! And merry X-mas to you, too!

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