which point does the line for the equation y=x+2 pass through if you help me ill give you the graph thx

- anonymous

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- JozelynW

ok i will help

- JozelynW

where is the pics

- anonymous

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- anonymous

let me attach it hold on

- JozelynW

k

- JozelynW

i wont leave like the other people do

- anonymous

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- JozelynW

Ok, I remember this I believe hold on let me look at my notes.

- anonymous

okay

- JozelynW

let me ask is this parallel and perpendicular lines

- anonymous

no it is a graph

- JozelynW

are you on flvs

- JozelynW

what lesson is this on?

- anonymous

yes im in connexus flvs

- JozelynW

lesson

- anonymous

unit 9 lesson 10

- JozelynW

okay i cant help you because you are not in the same flvs as me and i do not understand this question but someone who will help @mathmate @peachpi good luck sorry.

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- anonymous

The first number is the x-coordinate and the second is the y.

- JozelynW

she is only in 5th @peachpi

- mathmate

A point (x,y) is on the line if the x and y satisfy the given equation
y=mx+b
For example, we have a line y=2x+1
then (0,0) is not on the line because 0\(\ne\)2(0)+1, or 0\(\ne\)1
But (1,3) is on the line because 3=2(1)+1
All you need to do is to subsiitute the x, y values into the given equation.
Hope that helps.

- JozelynW

grade

- anonymous

so whats the awnser?

- anonymous

im only in 5th grade I don't understand this

- JozelynW

ok what about this @peachpi and @mathmate when you substitute y for zero and do the equation like that what about that

- anonymous

huh?

- mathmate

I'll check the first point for you.
for the point (0,3) means x=0, y=3
Calculate:
y=3
x+2=0+2=2
Since 3\(\ne\)2, we conclude that (0,3) does not lie on the line y=x+2.
You can repeat the calculation for the other three points, and decide.

- JozelynW

I'm trying but you are only in the 5th and this question is not 5th grade level

- JozelynW

have you learned any of what we are saying @prettypink_mega

- anonymous

no idea sorry ðŸ˜¡

- anonymous

can you guys just give me the awnser because my mom will kill me if I fail

- JozelynW

We don't even know the answer . Ask your sister

- anonymous

shes out with my parents

- JozelynW

when i google the question it pops up as perpendicular and parallel lines

- mathmate

@JozelynW is right. Grade 5 students don't do this kind of work.
I have explained how you can do it. You don't even need a calculator.

- anonymous

can you ask your parents please I really need to pass this exam its the last assighment for math

- JozelynW

girl my parents stopped knowing how to do my math work when I hit 6th grade,

- JozelynW

try @mathmate way

- JozelynW

or let me try it

- JozelynW

I'll check the first point for you.
for the point (0,3) means x=0, y=3
Calculate:
y=3
x+2=0+2=2
Since 3â‰ 2, we conclude that (0,3) does not lie on the line y=x+2.
You can repeat the calculation for the other three points, and decide.

- anonymous

The x is the number running across on the graph. That's the first number in parentheses.
The y is the number running up and down. That's the 2nd number.
To plot the point (0,3) move over by 0 and up by 3.
To plot (2, 0) move right 2 and up 0.
Plot the other 2 points and the answer is the on that touches the line.
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- anonymous

so 2,0

- JozelynW

plot the other points

- anonymous

what does that mean

- JozelynW

find the points 3,1

- JozelynW

get paper and draw this graph

- anonymous

|dw:1433032980495:dw|

- JozelynW

on the x line find 3 and move up 1 on the y line

- anonymous

so whats the awnser?

- JozelynW

can i just say it

- JozelynW

all she wants to do is pass the 5th grade

- JozelynW

But you still need to learn this you will go to the 6th grade looking like what is this

- anonymous

@prettypink_mega copy the graph I put up there. We're going to plot all the points on there. To plot (0, 3) put a dot where 0 on x meets 3 on y.

- anonymous

sorry I don't understand anyways Joslyn I can ask my teacher in 6th grade to helpme what the point

- anonymous

You keep saying you don't understand. Are you willing to try to understand?

- JozelynW

he told you the answer look all the way at the 18th reply which one is on the graph.

- JozelynW

@peachpi told you

- anonymous

oh so it is 2,0

- JozelynW

look closely which letter is on the line, every other letter is not on the graph

- JozelynW

did you look at the graph?

- JozelynW

well it says pass through does 2,0 pass through that line

- anonymous

can you just please tell me the awnser my mom is out with my dad and she said you need to be done bye the time im gone and im on the 9th question when there is 20 question

- JozelynW

ok look at the graph the answer is there . I will repost it

- JozelynW

http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/556a4f08e4b01de5673b4eb2-peachpi-1433031740484-capture.png

- JozelynW

click the link

- JozelynW

and no 2,0 is not the answer

- JozelynW

which one is the line a, b, c , or d simple as that

- anonymous

d right

- anonymous

oh I give up my mom is about come in like 1more minute please tell me the awnser

- JozelynW

yes it is d thank you

- JozelynW

for looking girl move on to the next question

- JozelynW

any more question tag me!!!!

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