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Zackeria_x3 Group Title

The tables below show solutions for two linear equations. If the two equations make up a system of linear equations, in which quadrant is the solution? Quadrant I Quadrant II Quadrant III Quadrant IV

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    do you know what the solution is?

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  3. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    No.

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  4. melody16 Group Title
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    Don't you think you should in order to answer the question

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  5. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    .-. Thats why I came for help ?

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    Do you know how?

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  7. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    No.

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  8. melody16 Group Title
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    a way you could find the answer and solution is by graphing. Do you know how to do that?

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  9. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    Mhmm

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    So when you graph, you will find the answer.

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  11. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    -.- Are you gonna help me or not ?

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  12. melody16 Group Title
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    I just told you how to get the answer. What do you need help on?

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  13. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    .-. Just forget it.. I'll ask someone else.. thanks though ..

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    What do you need help on? i could help you.

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  15. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    THIS!

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  16. melody16 Group Title
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    You need to graph both lines. Do you know how to do that?

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  17. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    No.

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    OK, so since you have the table of pairs, you can find the slope. Do you know how to find a slope using two points?

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  19. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    You ask sooo many questions .-. is this an interview ? JK :P Um..I didnt really learn about slopes .-.

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    I am just trying to help you by asking what you know. The equation to find your slope is (y2-y1)/ (x2-x1) (x,y)1 (x,y)2

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    (y2-y1)/ (x2-x1) <-- equation

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    You need to do it yourself. We can not do it for you. It is against the CoC.

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    .-.

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    We can help you learn but we can not answer it for you.

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  25. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    I've gotten lots of answers before..

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    They were doing it wrong then. If i give you the answer you will continue to have the question and during the test you will be lost.

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  27. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    .-. Im doing FLVS so Im not gonna get a test...

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  28. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    You just gimmie the answer and I move on..

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  29. melody16 Group Title
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    Try to do what I am saying. Pick two points from one line. and plug it into the equation

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  30. Zackeria_x3 Group Title
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    I chose the 3rd one.

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  31. SnuggieLad Group Title
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    First of all FLVS DOES give tests!

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    is number 3 right

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