anonymous
  • anonymous
please help me i dont understand this ? :( The equation on a line is 2x - 2y = 6 what is the slope of the line? A.-3 B.-1 C. 1/3 D. 1
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anonymous
  • anonymous
with an algebraic manipulations make this equation look like y=mx+b then slope will be m, or just diferentiate w.r.t. x and thats it.
DavidUsa
  • DavidUsa
@skullpatrol that is so meaan

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@DavidUsa lol ikr
anonymous
  • anonymous
@le0n what is w.r.t ? :/ n sorry for asking so many questions im just so overwhelmed..
anonymous
  • anonymous
with respect to
anonymous
  • anonymous
its an abriviation
ybarrap
  • ybarrap
Make the coefficient in front of the y equal to "1". What do we need to divide the whole thing by to make this happen? Once you do this, move the variable x to the other side of the equation. Look at the coefficient in front of the x variable. That's your slope.
ybarrap
  • ybarrap
Hint: Divide everything by -2. Now the coefficient in front of the y variable is "1". Divide all the other numbers by -2 also.
ybarrap
  • ybarrap
We have: \(\Large 2x - 2y = 6\): Divide both sides by -2 \( \Large {2x - 2y\over -2} = \dfrac 6 {-2} \) \( \Large \dfrac{2x}{-2} +y = \dfrac 6 {-2} \): Now we have y with a 1 coefficient Now what happens to the coeficient in front of the x variable? That is, what's its value Move that variable to the other side of the equation. Then just look what happened to the x coefficient. That's your slope.
ybarrap
  • ybarrap
Does this make sense?
ybarrap
  • ybarrap
\(\Large y = \dfrac 6 {-2}+\dfrac{2x}{2} \): Here's your answer, just simplify the coefficient in front of the x and you're done.

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