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Please please help: Create a linear equation with a positive slope to be your original trajectory.

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  1. Peter14 Group Title
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    create a linear equation with a positive slope?

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    is that all?

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    Yes.

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    Its the first part of my question on a work sheet.

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    A linear equation is of the form y=mx+b. m is the slope. Write such an equation with m>0. Any b you want, unless there is more to the problem such that you have an initial value for y.

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    create two random numbers, one positive, and the other doesn't matter

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    Ok, so y=mx+b.. y=4x+1... does that work?

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    Yes.

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    Ok cool.. Thank you!

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    Even y=4x works. Just has b=0 :)

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    you're welcome.

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