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anonymous

  • one year ago

HELP WITH TWO QUESTIONS!!! I'LL POST PICS

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  1. anonymous
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  2. Jack1
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    cool, so pic "1" = the inequality... first: whats the y intercept?

  3. Jack1
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    @KimberlyAlice where does ur line cross the y axis in the picture...?

  4. anonymous
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    The y-intercept is 6

  5. Jack1
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    yep, perfect and where does it reflect (y value)?

  6. anonymous
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    I'm not sure...

  7. Jack1
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    so from left to right, ur line is going down... hits the y axis at 6, is still decreasing, then reflects and starts going back up at what y value does it reflect and change direction?

  8. anonymous
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    at 1

  9. Jack1
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    perfect again ;)

  10. Jack1
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    final question: what's the gradient of the line as it's decreasing?

  11. Jack1
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    if it helps: m = y2 -y1/ x2 -x1

  12. anonymous
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    -1?

  13. Jack1
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    that's a hat trick of correct, props ;)

  14. anonymous
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    yay!

  15. Jack1
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    so im still kinda learning these inequality equations, but I believe it should looks something like mx + c >or= 1 -1x + 6 >or = 1 ... i think

  16. anonymous
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    -1x+6>1 so like this?

  17. Jack1
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    no, bugger i just graphed that and its wrong, im so sorry @ganeshie8 help please???

  18. anonymous
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    Well, can you help me with the other one?

  19. anonymous
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    Actually I think I know the other one

  20. Jack1
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    'lil helpl please @IrishBoy123 or @Miracrown ... i wrecked this ???

  21. anonymous
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    Maybe I can try opening a new question??

  22. anonymous
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    @ganeshie8 @Nnesha

  23. anonymous
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    Thanks for your help, I'm going to try to figure out the answer :)

  24. Jack1
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    2 lines

  25. Jack1
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    1st line equation = -1x + 6

  26. Jack1
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    2nd line equation = 1x -4

  27. Jack1
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    y>6-x ; y>x-4

  28. Jack1
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    sorry again, this was the only system of equations i could find which graphed correctly

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