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    @gaos

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    do u know this stuff?

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    I don't know how to read

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    The positive rate is the value that accompanies the x So, those that are positive have a positive rate like 2 and 4. The others are negative

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    so its positive negative positive negative right?

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    @gaos

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    The first one is negative because y has to be alone, so x turn to the other side and get a negative value, The second is positive The third is negative The fourth is positive

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    thank u

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