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  1. ~Chance~
    • one year ago
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    Neither do I @ineedyouubiebs

  2. ineedyouubiebs
    • one year ago
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    Sorry wait a sec I lost connection for a sec

  3. ineedyouubiebs
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    Graph the equation of the line that intersects the coordinate (-3,-1) and has a slope of. 1/4

  4. ineedyouubiebs
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    @~Chance~ there it is(:

  5. ~Chance~
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    @Zale101 Hey she put it up!

  6. ineedyouubiebs
    • one year ago
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    I taught it was y=mx+b

  7. Zale101
    • one year ago
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    oh wait, do this formula y=mx+b and plug in the nimbers m is the slope b is the y intercept

  8. Zale101
    • one year ago
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    ya ur correct

  9. Zale101
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    do u know how to plug in the numbers for that formula?

  10. ineedyouubiebs
    • one year ago
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    Yes I think I do, is it y=-3/4x-1 ?

  11. Zale101
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    from where is -3/4?

  12. ineedyouubiebs
    • one year ago
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    Well I plugged it in like y=1/4(-3)-1 and I multiplied 1/4 and -3 and got -3/4

  13. ineedyouubiebs
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    That's what I did

  14. Zale101
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    hold on, let me check

  15. Zale101
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    you have to get two lines in order to have an intersection point

  16. Zale101
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    i think ur question should've been -1=1/4(-3)+b cuz the y coordinate is at -1

  17. Zale101
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    m is the slope of the line and b is the y-intercept.

  18. Zale101
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    x is the x coordinate given and y is the y coordinate given

  19. ineedyouubiebs
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    Then it'll be -1=-3/4+b

  20. Zale101
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    but u need to solve for b then

  21. ineedyouubiebs
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    -1/4 =b

  22. Zale101
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    yes

  23. ineedyouubiebs
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    No. And after that how do I know where to graph?

  24. Zale101
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    Then the line equation must be "y = 1/4x – 1/4".

  25. Zale101
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    in slope intercept form

  26. ineedyouubiebs
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    Can you try to graph it here so I can see I'm on my iPad right nowadays can't use the tools

  27. Zale101
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    sure

  28. Zale101
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    do u know how to find the solutions and get the ordered pairs ?

  29. ineedyouubiebs
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    Yes

  30. ineedyouubiebs
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    @Zale101

  31. Zale101
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    can i ask u a question? Do u know how to use this formula?

  32. ineedyouubiebs
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    Yes I do I just got confused that's all

  33. Zale101
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    the answer became confusing when we started doing the y=mx+b formula

  34. ineedyouubiebs
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    Yeah it did

  35. ineedyouubiebs
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    I've never heard of that formula before

  36. Zale101
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    oh wait, that's not true if there's two coordinates we first do the the slope (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1) and then put it in y=mx+b, sorry wrong formula

  37. Zale101
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    (y-y1)=m(x-x1) (y--1)=1(x--3) y=1x--3+-1 y=1x+2 1x-y+2=0 here's what i got for the point-slope formula

  38. Zale101
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    and the way we graph it was y=x+2

  39. ineedyouubiebs
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    They havnt taught me this so this is new to me

  40. Zale101
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    do u have a math text-book with u?

  41. Zale101
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    maybe the formula is near the chapter ur currently on

  42. Zale101
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    if i were to use y=mx+b, the graph is y=1x-1

  43. ineedyouubiebs
    • one year ago
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    I think I got. My older sister helped me with. Thank you so much for your help though. I appreciate it(:

  44. Zale101
    • one year ago
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    no problem, is the answer y=1x-1?

  45. ineedyouubiebs
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    Yup

  46. Zale101
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    so we were right before :)

  47. ineedyouubiebs
    • one year ago
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    Yeah we were

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