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johnechol
 one year ago
y = 2 when x = 3
johnechol
 one year ago
y = 2 when x = 3

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dmezzullo
 one year ago
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Booisme
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Basically 3 is the Yintercept, the vertical line going up to down. If it is 3 you go down to 3, 2/3 is the slope, RISE/Run After plotting youre y intercept you use your slope to build the line, You rise 2(Up 2), then run 3(Right 3) IF it was 2/3 you would go down 2 since it is 2, if was 2/3 it would be the same as 2/3 becasue going down 2 and to the left 3 will make the same line as going up 2 right 3, In cases where x is alone the slope is 1/1, up 1 down 1, x means 1/1. Thats basically it.

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 one year ago
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