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Yacoub1993

  • 2 years ago

Find the slope of the line. A. 1/7 B. - 1/7 C. -7 D. 7

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  1. manishsatywali
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    complete ur quuestion?

  2. Yacoub1993
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    completed

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  5. Yacoub1993
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    thnxs bro

  6. Yacoub1993
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    Identify the slope and y-intercept of the graph of the equation. Then graph the equation. y = -5/4x + 1 A. slope: -5/4; y-intercept: –1 B. slope: -4/5; y-intercept: 1 C. slope: -5/4; y-intercept: 1 D. slope: -4/5; y-intercept: –1

  7. manishsatywali
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    click the best response..if u agree

  8. Yacoub1993
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    do u need the the graphs

  9. manishsatywali
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    fr what purpose?

  10. Yacoub1993
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    Identify the slope and y-intercept of the graph of the equation. Then graph the equation. y = -5/4x + 1 A. slope: -5/4; y-intercept: –1 B. slope: -4/5; y-intercept: 1 C. slope: -5/4; y-intercept: 1 D. slope: -4/5; y-intercept: –1

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    for this purpose

  12. manishsatywali
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    no need of graph

  13. manishsatywali
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  14. Yacoub1993
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    Which one of this two A. slope: -5/4; y-intercept: –1 C. slope: -5/4; y-intercept: 1

  15. manishsatywali
    • 2 years ago
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    y = mx+c is the general equation where m gives you the slope and c give you the intercept on y axis

  16. manishsatywali
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    so y intercept is 1

  17. Yacoub1993
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    its C Right

  18. manishsatywali
    • 2 years ago
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    yup

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