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Choose the slope-intercept equation of the line that passes through the point (–2, 2) and is parallel to y = 4x + 7.

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first thing is first, do you understand the slop intersecept concept?
y = 4x + 10 y = 1/4 x + 5/2 y = -4x - 6 y = – 1/4 x + 3/2
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\[\frac{ \Delta y }{ \Delta x }\]
that is the change of y, over the change of x
so type the equation using \[\frac {\Delta y} {\Delta x}\]
example please? /:
lets take you last answer and try it. okay?
okay
\[\frac {\Delta y} {\Delta x} \] \[y=\frac {-1} {4}x + \frac {3} {2}\]
2/6
but first you have to find the y
so find the why first.
wouldn't it be 2? -1+3
yup! that 's correct, now fill in \[\frac {\Delta y} {\Delta x}\]
I still stick with my guess of 2/6
I know that my answer isn't correct, but I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong
no, you have to fill out the equation. use the equation button to fill it out
rephrase please?
im sorry i just dont get it
okay, put the answer you got for y, in the \[\Delta y\] and then what you got for x in the \[\Delta x\]
can you show me?
yeah. give me your x and your y first and i'll show you.
2/6
is that your x or your y?
i would say that 2 is my x and 6 is my y but im assuming that isn't correct
how about we start on the actual problem, it would be alot less confusing.
ok
so show me the \[\frac {\Delta y} {\Delta x}\] with the shown intergers
I'm sorry but I really don't understand any of this. Can you tell me the answer and explain why it's so?
wow i just realized something, you just have to graph the equation and then plot the points. -.-
yeahh lol i think we do too
so graph them and tell me what you get. BTW: try answers b and c. :D
C?
:D correct.
Thanks! Can you please help with one more?
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