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Faman39

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  2. Faman39
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    @azaiah808 @Aditi_Singh can you guys help me ?

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  3. Aditi_Singh
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    Okay.. So you have y=-3x+5 .. Here, all you have to do is put random values of x, and get the value of y, or vice versa ..

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    If you choose x, start with putting easier values like 0,-1,1,2,-2, etc

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    @Faman39 - What do you get now?

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  6. Faman39
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    Actually, i dont understand how to do it

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  7. Faman39
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    even i have answer in the guide, but i didnt understand how all those answer came, i meant the process

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    I dont get these all

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  10. Aditi_Singh
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    The process is simple -- |dw:1360849096990:dw| For example : Here I took simple values - Let x=0 => y= -3(0)+5 => y= 5 when x=1, => y= -3(1)+5 => y= 2 when x=-1, => y= -3(-1),+5 => y=8 Go through it, and let me know if you don't get it. @Faman39

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    last one is 8 because? you added with 5, right?

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    so whenever i get equation, what do i have to do exactly solve prob like this?

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    you multiplied with 1, 0 and -1

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    @phi @DLS can you guys explain me bit ?

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    What explanation do you need?

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    I put the screenshot of equation up there, just dont understand how to solve these kind of prob

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    how it was solved in the table, i dont really get it.

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    17 = -2 3 = -4

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    @experimentX can you help me to understand it bit

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  20. experimentX
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    choose your x first.

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  21. Faman39
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    -2

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    so how it came 17 beside y?

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  23. Faman39
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    it all seems to me weird x an y way they showed in the table

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  24. experimentX
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    now put the value of x in -3x+5

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    6 x + 5

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    no something really wrong

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    3 * 0 + 5 = 5 3 *-2 + 5 = -1

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    there is - to take care of.

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    you mean, make it positive ?

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    this is right 3 * 0 + 5 = 5 (when x=0, y=5) 3 *-2 + 5 = -1 (when x=-2, y=-1)

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    ok so 3 * 3 + 5 = 14

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    yes ... when x=3, y=14, now fill up that table.

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    but why they shown in the table like that? -2 = 17

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    |dw:1360851584309:dw|

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    so y it was different in the table. I dont understand that table

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    values

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    that table shows the relationship between 'x' and 'y'. where do you find it confusing?

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    -2 x and 17 y value

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    hmm ... where do you get such value?

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    it is in last screenshot that uploaded

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  41. Aditi_Singh
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    y = -3x + 5 -3(-2) + 5 = 6+5 = 11 , not 17 ..

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    woops!! looks like i made mistake.

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    yea, thats y i m confuse

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    table saying another and answer is another

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    what is answer saying?

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  47. Aditi_Singh
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    Maybe that's some error in the answers, but if has to be 11 :P

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    this

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  49. experimentX
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    that's error ... it should be -4

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    ok thank you so much all for coming and helping me, n i really sorry guys for trouble but i really appreciate all of your help, thank you so so much for helping

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