anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi! Looking for some "virtual tutoring" with my open book assignments. Since I do my assignments in the middle of the night due to family/work obligations, I am not able to access my teachers when they are normally available&would truly appreciate any help that is offered to help me understand the material fully. Okay so for my 1st question, I am just looking to check it to see if I was correct with my answer&then if not, we can go from there. The slope of a line is 0, and the y-intercept is 6. What is the equation of the line in slope-intercept form? *y=6 *y=6x *y=x+6
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  • chestercat
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nuttyliaczar
  • nuttyliaczar
What does a slope of 0 do to the equation?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The zero slope indicates a horizontal line. Is this what you are asking?
nuttyliaczar
  • nuttyliaczar
When looking at the equation I mean. The 0 would still show up in some way. If you had a slope of 2 instead what would the equation be?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
So it passes through (0,6) yes?
anonymous
  • anonymous
That I think is what is confusing me as well...
nuttyliaczar
  • nuttyliaczar
Same intercept but slope of 2
anonymous
  • anonymous
Relooking at this i think I may have put it into general form by mistake...slope form is y=k which would make it y=6?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay so you mean (2,6)?
nuttyliaczar
  • nuttyliaczar
Whew I can see we have some work to do here xD but no worries, at least I have a feel for what you know now
anonymous
  • anonymous
Urg! I'm sorry...it's just confusing.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I truly appreciate your help. ^_^
nuttyliaczar
  • nuttyliaczar
Define slope for me in your own words
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's the rate of the change in a line
nuttyliaczar
  • nuttyliaczar
If your variables are x and f(x), what does slope mean?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Slope intercept form is given by:\[ y=mx+b \]We replace \(m\) with the slope and \(b\) with the interecept.
nuttyliaczar
  • nuttyliaczar
Well I was going to teach it from scratch but okay =/
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm not sure what it would mean then...
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, I have that formula as well, but think learning from scratch right now is wise.
anonymous
  • anonymous
y=mx+b y=0x+6 (0 times anything is zero which cancels that out) y=6 Yes?
skullpatrol
  • skullpatrol
Yes :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
still need help ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you, @skullpatrol ! ^_^
skullpatrol
  • skullpatrol
Thanks for asking :D

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