anonymous
  • anonymous
6. Below is a graph that represents the total profits for a third month. Write the equation of the line that represents this graph. Show your work or explain how you determined the equations.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm really stuck please help @pooja195 @wio
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
hmm, thats hard to read thru at my age ... spose we have 2 points: (a,b) and (p,q) we can use either point to form an equation with such that: y = m(x-a) + b or y = m(x-p) + q m is the slope between the points which has a formula: m=a−pb−q

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
y = m(x-0) + 300 m = ... ugh, my initial thought is flipped upside down m = 300-0 ------ = - 300/450 and simplify 0 - 450
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
300/450 30/45 6/9 2/3 y = 2/3 x + 300 seems to be a good fit for the line
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
@wio what do you think
anonymous
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phi
  • phi
Can you "read off" two points on the graph (easiest to do where lines cross) what is one (x,y) pair on the line. can you find one?
phi
  • phi
For example, can you find the x and y of the point in the middle of the circle?
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