anonymous
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CAN SOMEONE HELP ME PLZZZZZZZZZZZZZ If a line crosses the y-axis at (0, -4) and has a slope of -2, what is the equation of the line? 2x − y = -4 2x + y = -4 2x + y = 4 2x − y = 4
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anonymous
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its going down so it would be 2x-y and then your y crosses at -4 =)
anonymous
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thanks
anonymous
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can u help me some more

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anonymous
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yeah =)
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A company that makes nails finds that it would sell 42 boxes of nails per month if they are priced at $20 per box. If the company lowers the price to $10 per box, then more people would purchase nails and the company could expect to sell 52 boxes per month. Find the equation of the line for the demand equation if x represents the number of boxes sold and y is the price of a box of nails. y = 62 + x y = 42 − x y = 42 + x y = 62 − x
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nd the slope and the y-intercept of the equation x − 4(y + 1) − 5 = 0. slope = −14 and y-intercept = −94 slope = 14 and y-intercept = −94 slope = 14 and y-intercept = 94 slope = −14 and y-intercept = 94 Done
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Find the slope and the y-intercept of the equation x − 4(y + 1) − 5 = 0. slope = −14 and y-intercept = −94 slope = 14 and y-intercept = −94 slope = 14 and y-intercept = 94 slope = −14 and y-intercept = 94
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if im cought on here im sol =)
anonymous
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wat
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k im back
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anonymous
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Find the slope and the y-intercept of the equation x − 4(y + 1) − 5 = 0. slope = −14 and y-intercept = −94 slope = 14 and y-intercept = −94 slope = 14 and y-intercept = 94 slope = −14 and y-intercept = 94
anonymous
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1st add 5 to both sides ...
anonymous
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x- 4y +4
anonymous
  • anonymous
= 5
anonymous
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idk ..
anonymous
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im lost =(
anonymous
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i need to find the slope an the y intercept

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