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lopez23

  • one year ago

how can i find the slope of these graphs?

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  1. lopez23
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  2. manishsatywali
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    see in the first graph for x = 1 u get y = 1 fr x = -1 u get y =-1

  3. lopez23
    • one year ago
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    how do u know those values of x and y?

  4. manishsatywali
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    so u get y=x the equation of the graph compare this wid standard form of equation y=mx+c here u get by comparing the equation that c = 0 and slope of graph (m) = 1

  5. manishsatywali
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    ha v i lost u ?

  6. lopez23
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    yeah think so,im so sorry i really dont know how to solve these graps inorder to get the slope of each..can u help me solve it?thanks

  7. lopez23
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    so u mean the first eq of of first graph is m=-1-(-1)/1-1?

  8. manishsatywali
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    |dw:1359478003300:dw| here it is

  9. lopez23
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    what about the other graphs? how will i know the value of x1,y1,x2 and y2? so sorry to bother u. can u give me the value of graphs 12-16 so that i`ll be the one to solve the slope?

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