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Select the point that lies on the graph of y > -3x + 4. HELP PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. roberman228
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    @Mertsj

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  2. NeonKnightmare
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    Just choose any points? I mean, do you have some answer choices we can look at?

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  3. roberman228
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    ya sure one sec

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  4. roberman228
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    a. (-1, 7) b. (0, 3) c. (1, 3) d. (3, -6)

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  5. Mertsj
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    Why don't you plug in the points one at a time and see which one makes the sentence true?

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  6. roberman228
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    right but what am i looking for, like what is the answer

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  7. Mertsj
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    |dw:1359472622964:dw|

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  8. roberman228
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    Change 4x - 2y = 9 into slope-intercept form.

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  9. roberman228
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    what is that last word

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  10. Mertsj
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    Solve it for y by subtracting 4x from both sides and then dividing by -2

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  11. roberman228
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    i think the answer to that other one is y=2x-9/2

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  12. roberman228
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    you mean subtract 3x from both sides

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  13. Mertsj
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    All I know is that the equation you posted has 4x on the left and you want it to be on the right so you should subtract 4x from both sides.

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  14. roberman228
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    Select the point that lies on the graph of y > -3x + 4. Choose one answer. a. (-1, 7) b. (0, 3) c. (1, 3) d. (3, -6)

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  15. roberman228
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    that is the question not 4x

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  16. Mertsj
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    Why don't you make up your mind which question you are on.

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  17. roberman228
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    ha ha i am still on the first

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  18. roberman228
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    i get it now you were on the slope intercept question

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  19. Mertsj
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    |dw:1359472963149:dw|

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  20. Mertsj
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    Is that true?

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  21. Mertsj
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    Now you plug in the other two points until you find a true one.

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  22. roberman228
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    but what is a true one

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  23. roberman228
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    what does it look like

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  24. Mertsj
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    3>4 says 3 is greater than 4. Is three greater than 4?

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  25. roberman228
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    the naswer is c. correct

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  26. roberman228
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    answer

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  27. roberman228
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    d i mean

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  28. Mertsj
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    |dw:1359473196991:dw|

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  29. Mertsj
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    Yes, 3 is greater than 1

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  30. roberman228
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    so the answer is d

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  31. Mertsj
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    Show me how you got that

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