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    "Find the x- and y- intercepts of the graph of each equation." #1. x+y=7 #3. 2x+3y=-6 #5. 5x-4y=-12 "Draw a line with the given intercepts." #7. x-intercept: 4 y-intercept: 5 #9. x-intercept: -6 y-intercept: -8 "Graph each equation using x- and y- intercepts." #11. -3x-6y=12 "For each equation, tell whether its graph is a horizontal or vertical line." #13. y=-2 #15. y=-0.25 "Graph each equation." #17. y=6 #19. y=-7 EVEN IF YOU HELP ME WITH ONE OF EACH FROM EACH SET OF INSTRUCTIONS THAT WOULD BE GREAT. THANKS FOR ALL OF YOU WHO HELP ME! (:

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  2. erdog82
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    for finding the x and y intercepts just cover the other variable .. for example x+y= 7 cover the x and you get y=7 cover the y and you get x= 7

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    so its 7?

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    yup, I believe so

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    try the same thing with the next two, when you think you have the answer, tell me it and I will tell u if its right

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    ok?

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    crap. i just did #2 not #3 i only have to do odd. srry brb

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  8. erdog82
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    kk- r u using a textbook?

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    y=-2 x=-3

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    yup ☺

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    we do have textbooks but my teacher doesn't let us use it. we only have what frayed diagrams she gives us and our workbook with just problems in it. ): the textbook would be reeeeally useful.

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  12. erdog82
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    oh..

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    yeah it sucks

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    yup

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    #5. y=-3 x= -2.4 ?

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    y= 3 but yah

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    oh yeah i see now #7 how do i do it. and btw i was out sick the whole week she taught all this so i never learned it so you're teaching me right now. (:

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    Oh.. ok ☺ I feel your pain, I was sick and I had to teach myself

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    |dw:1358120315846:dw|

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    #7. ?

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    no, you have to plot (0,5) and (4,0) on a graph and then just extend the line with a ruler

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    oh. i knew that.............

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    yup ☺

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    gotta go get a ruler brb

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    so do 7,9,and 11 because you now know how to do those ☺

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    kk

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  27. MaeganR
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    ok ill be back in a few then

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    11. y=-2 x=-4

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    yep!!

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    #13, 15 i need help now..

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    ok the next 2 is hard to explain, but I remember it as "y ski" aka why ski.. if it is only y then it is horizontal, so why would you ski on no slope..

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    so #13. y=-2 is horizontal? and #15. y=-0.25 is horizontal also?

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    yup!!

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    so for 17 and 19 you put a dot on the point it says and then extend the horizontal line with a ruler..

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    wait, so if it was like x=0 or x= -3/5 it would be vertical? with a slope?

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    it would be vertical i think for the first one, i'm not sure about the second 1

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    oh so anything with y is horizontal but x you have to find out?

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    i'm not 100% sure about x.. I am only just learning this stuff too

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    sorry

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    oh lol

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    yup

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    so did u graph it?

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    |dw:1358121722957:dw|

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    |dw:1358121843564:dw|

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    the horizontal one

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    so the first one ok

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    yeah

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    let me do #19

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    sorry to take up all your time

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    its okay but I have to go eat dinner- I will help you as soon as I get back ☺

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    ok :)

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    I'm back

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    ok

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