Find the coordinates of point X.
A. (13/4, 4)
B. (4, 23/4)
C. (4, 13/4)
D. (4, 11/2)
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- DJBreezy

Find the coordinates of point X.
A. (13/4, 4)
B. (4, 23/4)
C. (4, 13/4)
D. (4, 11/2)
@peachpi

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- anonymous

Can you send the graph please?

- DJBreezy

Heres the graph/.....

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- anonymous

Well, where on the x line can you find x?

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- DJBreezy

4...

- anonymous

Correct, so we can eliminate A.

- DJBreezy

i think its B...

- anonymous

@peachpi

- freckles

looking at point X can you say what two integers the y value i between?

- freckles

is between*

- freckles

big hint:
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- freckles

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- freckles

y is between?

- DJBreezy

Ohhhhhh its C....

- freckles

well 13/4 is 3. something

- freckles

3.something is not between 1 and 2

- anonymous

It'd be 3.25 :)

- mathstudent55

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- freckles

oh did he mean to write
\[1 \frac{3}{4}\]

- freckles

13/4 is very different from

- freckles

\[\frac{13}{4} \neq 1 \frac{3}{4}\]

- DJBreezy

Okay Irdk who to give the medal too cuz all of u guys helped me.....

- mathstudent55

I just understood this from the poster's previous problem.
The choices above really are:
A. (1 3/4, 4)
B. (4, 2 3/4)
C. (4, 1 3/4)
D. (4, 1 1/2)
All numbers that the poster makes look like fractions are really mixed numerals. The space between the whole part and the fractional is missing.

- DJBreezy

i already answered the question correctly

- mathstudent55

@freckles
Notice what I just wrote above.
For this poster, 13/4 means 1 3/4

- freckles

but I'm saying universally it totally does not mean that

- DJBreezy

it was C

- mathstudent55

The answer is C.

- freckles

it may mean that to this one person
but it doesn't mean that to everyone else

- mathstudent55

@freckles Of course not. You are correct, but since none of the answers fit, it took me a while in the previous post to figure this out.

- freckles

I thought I should point out \[\frac{13}{4} \neq 1 \frac{3}{4}\]
since the user doesn't know that
I would hate for him thinking that almost 3 means almost 1 for the rest of his life

- mathstudent55

@freckles
Posters should be considerate of helpers and post questions that can be understood easily, without wasting time just to figure what the original question is in the first place. How many times have you seen things like x3 to mean x^3, and x^t + 5 to mean x^(t + 5), when it could be interpreted as \(x^t + 5\) because that's what is written.

- freckles

or if you want to go with almost 3 and almost 2
but still the point is it is important for him to learn to write numbers

- freckles

Are you saying I should just get better at esp?

- mathstudent55

I pointed that out (that 13/4 and 1 3/4 are not the same) in the previous problem but apparently it did not help.

- freckles

I honestly didn't know at first he was trying to write mixed fractions ?

- triciaal

@freckles I don't think the asker does not know that I think he just needs to know to use the correct spacing to differentiate and make it clear as @mathstudent55 is pointing out he knows this because he helped this person before.
is there a way to provide more formatting help for the askers in general I have experience this as well

- mathstudent55

Exactly. We all need much better esp/

- mathstudent55

Maybe this is a discussion for the feedback section, and we should involve moderators and ask for suggestions.

- freckles

Ask for suggestions on how to modify our esp?

- freckles

lol you crack me up

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