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Ambbiiee

  • one year ago

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  1. Ambbiiee
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  2. melody16
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    Do you know what slope intercept form is?

  3. melody16
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    it looks like this y=mx+b where m= slope and b= y intercept

  4. Ambbiiee
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    okay let me try

  5. melody16
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    well Do you know how to find the slope?

  6. Ambbiiee
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    umm no lol

  7. melody16
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    ok, well since you have your line graphed already you can simply pick two points and do rise over run. which is counting each unit up (rise) and the unit to the side (run). Do you understand?

  8. Ambbiiee
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    rise=3 run=2

  9. melody16
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    yes, it will look like 3/2 as the slope (you can simplify) so plug in the slope in the equation y=mx+b

  10. Ambbiiee
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    |dw:1374537642624:dw| @melody16

  11. melody16
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    yes that is correct.

  12. Ambbiiee
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    thanks

  13. melody16
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    anytime.

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