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In my HW it says to find the slope it's (change in mass)/(change in volume)

@Luigi0210 help please?

Do you know the changes?

What do you mean by that?

Do you only have one set of values?

Oh no there's more. Want me to put them up?

Sorry I couldn't lined them up well I'm on my iPad right now

Uhm

Yeah?

I got nothing, sorry

what happens if you treat the mass as the x coordinate and the volume as the y coordinate?

But that'll mean graphing all 10 of them

ya working on ti

@Luigi0210 don't worry(:

tryin to find a website the will plot all the points

Okay thanks

kant, use this site, it's quite good :)
https://www.desmos.com/calculator

thanks zepdrix i'll check that site too...the one i found called http://openstudy.com/study#

I'm missing clone wars for this!

@kantalope lol my bad and how does this help me find what I'm looking for?

if the data has a function we can find the variable slope based on the derivative of the function

I'm rearranging the data on the graph...

The points are all squirrely so a serious person would do some stat regression to find the mean

Ah ha...which is exactly what the graph was finding

I think your looking at the wrong page, it's the very last one

Yeah it is all "wonky" ughhh this is irritating

that's ok that is how real data works

Yeah, I know what your saying

You sure I'm not just suppose to divide or subtract?

Their metals

Becauseatfirst I taught I was only suppose to divide and ill get the answer, but apparerently not

Okay(:

Can you explain in a different way, she cant understand

Yes, I do understand that thAt was one of the questions lol

Somehow I think I'm just suppose to divide, and I'm just complicating myself!

well number 2 on the second to last page says graph it....so there is that

Yeah and I already graphed it

and the graph show some dots that make a line
and some other dots that make a different line?

Yeah they do

Can you do the first one as an example? Please

y1= 12.9
y0 = 6.2
x1= 1.45
x0 = .69
6.7/.76 = 8.82

No it's suppose to be 1.16 and 8.5

I started with the top line....that point is on the lower line...you can go with whatever one first

So I'll divide it like 1.16/8.5 correct?

I made the graph bigger so it is easier to see the two different lines....we are looking for the slope of those two lines
I think that the instructions are confusing as they ask for the change in mass over the change in volume....simply dividing is not the change....it is just the mass over the volume...in order to get the change part you have to do the y1-y0 thing

I hope that means you are going ...ah, I get it
rather than ah @$%$ it =)

Ahhhh crap? Lol I think I'm complicating it more that I should that's why , but that's all

k gl im out its really late here

Yeah get some sleep goodnight