Which of the following points satisfies the given graph?
(0, -3), (1, -2) (2, 0) (3, 2)

- anonymous

Which of the following points satisfies the given graph?
(0, -3), (1, -2) (2, 0) (3, 2)

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i dont understand the question

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- anonymous

HELP PLEASE

- anonymous

HELP PLEASE

- skullpatrol

any ideas?

- anonymous

no i thought it was all of them

- anonymous

i mean if u graph them all they make the same line

- skullpatrol

The phrase "satisfies" in math means is true for the graph.

- anonymous

um i guess so

- anonymous

if u graph the points it makes the same graph so, i guess they all satisfies

- skullpatrol

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- anonymous

well it doesnt make a straight line

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- anonymous

hm so it would be the first ..slope right

- anonymous

cause thats the only place its not the same

- anonymous

(0, -3), is the only one that doesnt satisfies it

- skullpatrol

So are you sure that the those two points satisfy the graph?

- anonymous

no 3 points do...(0,3) is the only one that doesnt satisfies it

- skullpatrol

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- anonymous

oh

- anonymous

(0,-3) does, (2,0) does, (3,2) does but (1,-2) doesnt

- anonymous

wouldnt that be the answer

- skullpatrol

how do you know about the other two?

- anonymous

if u took (1,-2) out it would satisfie it

- anonymous

right?

- skullpatrol

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- anonymous

but doesnt (3,2) satisfies it to)

- anonymous

cause its on the line

- skullpatrol

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- anonymous

its the same thing u just posted,but doesnt (3,2) satisfies it to),cause its on the line
right?

- skullpatrol

I am trying to prove it for you :)

- anonymous

cant u just say yer or no cause i dont undersstand your proof

- skullpatrol

Now the ratio rise/run is called the slope m
for this graph it is 3/2
we get an equation in the form y = mx + b
by using b as the y-intercept
which for this graph is (0, -3)

- anonymous

nevermind i will figure it out

- skullpatrol

We now have the equation y =(3/2)x - 3
all points that satisfy the graph will satisfy this equation

- anonymous

does (3,2) satisfy this graph YES OR NO imple question

- skullpatrol

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- anonymous

yes or no

- anonymous

wasted over 30 min

- skullpatrol

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- skullpatrol

answer: ( 3, 2 ) no

- anonymous

thank you

- skullpatrol

Try ( 1, -2 ) for yourself please :)

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- skullpatrol

answer ( 1 , -2 ) no

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