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needmathhelp7

  • one year ago

WILL GIVE MEDAL & FAN. What is the slope of the line given to the equation below?

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  1. needmathhelp7
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  2. needmathhelp7
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    @Chelsea04 @Kuoministers @UnkleRhaukus

  3. Kuoministers
    • one year ago
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    to find the y intercept x needs to be equal to 0

  4. Chelsea04
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    she's asking for the slope m in this case is -1 because -x is the same as -1*x

  5. UnkleRhaukus
    • one year ago
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    \[y=mx+b\] \(m\) is the slope \(b\) is the \(y\)-value of the \(y\)-intercept the position \((x,y)\) of the y-intercept is \((0,b)\)

  6. needmathhelp7
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    so sorry @Chelsea04 !! I'm looking for the y- intercept insted oops xD That's what i meant to say

  7. needmathhelp7
    • one year ago
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    @UnkleRhaukus so the y intercept is just 0 ? :)

  8. Chelsea04
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    no, that is the coordinate point, so (0,b) you just insert the b value so the intercept is 72, you just need to write it as a coordinate point

  9. UnkleRhaukus
    • one year ago
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    an order pair is two numbers

  10. Chelsea04
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    which means that it is (0, 72) ordered pair is the same as coordinate point which you find on graphs

  11. needmathhelp7
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    How do you do that @UnkleRhaukus ? :)

  12. needmathhelp7
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    @Chelsea04 yeah!

  13. Kuoministers
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    well apparantly chealsea just gave away answer XDD

  14. Kuoministers
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    but pretty good explaination :)

  15. Chelsea04
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    (x,y): (0,72)

  16. needmathhelp7
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    so it"s 72 ?

  17. needmathhelp7
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    lol

  18. Chelsea04
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    no, you write it is (0,72)

  19. Chelsea04
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    well, yes but write it is (0,72)

  20. Chelsea04
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    *as

  21. Chelsea04
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    do you understand?

  22. needmathhelp7
    • one year ago
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    oohhhh thank you! Yeah I have another question will post now :) Thank u all!!

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