## angel4ever35 Group Title 1. What is the slope of the line in the graph show below? (1 point) –2 –1 1 2 one year ago one year ago

1. angel4ever35 Group Title

2. Find the slope of a line that passes through (–2, –3), (1, 1). (1 point) 1 2 3. For the equation –4y = 8x, what is the constant of variation? (1 point) –4 –2 1 2 4. Suppose y varies directly with x, and y = 24 when x = 8. What is the value of y when x = 10? (1 point) 10 30 80 240 5. What is an equation for the line with slope and y-intercept 9? (1 point) 6. What is an equation in slope-intercept form for the line that passes through the points (1, –3) and (3, 1)? (1 point) y = 3x + 1 y = x – 3 y = 2x + 5 y = 2x – 5

2. SnuggieLad Group Title

stop looking for answers...this is not your easy way out of learning i am sorry...you need to take a second look at the code of conduct... No cheating...your trying to cheat no plagerism...this is copyrighted by florida virual schools please rethink your question and and how you ask it..because i promice you will not find one person stuped enough to do your work for you...dont take this wrong i am not being mean...i am being honest..

3. Dharmaputra_993 Group Title

You might want to give a screenshot of the questions; they look complicated (as in their format).

4. angel4ever35 Group Title

Choices for 5: y = 2/3x y = 9x y = 2/3x + 9 y = 9x + 2/3

5. SnuggieLad Group Title

please delete that dharmaputra...we do not need to help her...she wants answers...not help

6. angel4ever35 Group Title

And I'm not look for straight answers, I want help, an explanation, ever think of that?

7. SnuggieLad Group Title

ok..if you say so...do you know the point slope formula?

8. SnuggieLad Group Title

or the formula used to find the slope?

9. angel4ever35 Group Title

Not exactly. I'm not to good at remember math equations.

10. angel4ever35 Group Title

remembering*

11. SnuggieLad Group Title

do you know what rise over run means? give me an example of a slope///

12. angel4ever35 Group Title

the slope or gradient of a line that describes its steepness, incline, or grade?

13. SnuggieLad Group Title

...nice copy paist from google defentions...wow...so let me get this straight...you only want help...not the answer is that correct...

14. angel4ever35 Group Title

Yes, I am trying somewhat to get a good grade in my Algebra class. I just have a hard time understand math, so sometimes I need it explained.

15. angel4ever35 Group Title

understanding*

16. angel4ever35 Group Title

I honestly just need help with the 1st one, that's the one messing with me, I know it declines at least 2 because it goes from (0, 3) to (1, 1) but the pairing goes higher so, I think its 2 but since it goes downward, I'm confused whether or not it's -2.

17. SnuggieLad Group Title

ok..here is what i will do...i will give you the slope formula and i want you to answer it... tell me the answer...show your work....i will tell you if its right or wrong...do your best and i will help otherwise I promice you will get no help... $s=\frac{ y _{2} -y _{1} }{ x _{2}-x _{1}}$

18. angel4ever35 Group Title

so use the ones on the chart?

19. SnuggieLad Group Title

yes...find the points and insert them

20. angel4ever35 Group Title

$8 = \frac{ 3_{2} - 1_{1} }{ 0_{2} - 1_{1} }$

21. SnuggieLad Group Title

um...the downward smaller letters do not mean squaired..they mean the first and second of the cordinants...so your answer is wrong

22. angel4ever35 Group Title

crap, so otherwise then it would be 2

23. SnuggieLad Group Title

yes...correct...it is two...VERY GOOD!

24. Dharmaputra_993 Group Title

@SnuggieLad : A medal for all the trouble, buddy.

25. angel4ever35 Group Title

Thanks, I guess. That's really all I need, I finished the rest as we did this.

26. SnuggieLad Group Title

that formula show this 2/1 which is 2 but 2/1 is the slope...rise over run means the top is how far you will rise and the bottom is how far you will run

27. angel4ever35 Group Title

okay, thanks for explaining that for me.

28. SnuggieLad Group Title

so run=x axis and rise = y axis rise ---- run so 2 = 2/1 and 2/1 means two up and one over

29. angel4ever35 Group Title

ok thanks.

30. SnuggieLad Group Title

thanks for the medal @angel4ever35 and @Dharmaputra_993

31. Dharmaputra_993 Group Title

@SnuggieLad You deserve it.

32. angel4ever35 Group Title

No problem, for dealing with my slow self I thought you deserved it.