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graph y=6x-3

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  1. anonymous
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    Do you know the slope and y-intercept of the equation?

  2. anonymous
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    nope

  3. anonymous
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    |dw:1441861628631:dw|

  4. anonymous
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    so the slope would be -6/1 and the y-intercept would be -3?

  5. anonymous
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    The y-intercept is -3. Correct! The slope is basically the number before \(x\). Is that -6?

  6. anonymous
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    yes

  7. anonymous
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    Wrong.

  8. anonymous
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    \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @ludvic y=6x-3 \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\) Is the slope -6? Is the number before \(x\), -6?

  9. anonymous
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    its 1

  10. anonymous
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    Do you know where \(x\) is?

  11. anonymous
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    yes

  12. anonymous
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    Where is it? What's number before x?

  13. anonymous
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    -6

  14. anonymous
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    Where did you get -6?

  15. anonymous
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    |dw:1441862025788:dw|

  16. anonymous
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    The problem already came like that in the book

  17. anonymous
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    What is the equation again?

  18. anonymous
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    my bad its positive 6/1

  19. anonymous
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    I'm sorry I saw it wrong

  20. anonymous
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    \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @ludvic The problem already came like that in the book \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\) I never say your problem was wrong. I said the slope you told me is wrong.

  21. anonymous
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    Okay. That's correct! So the slope is 6/1 or 6. Meaning you "rise" 6 times then "run" 1 time.

  22. anonymous
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    thank you

  23. anonymous
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    Since the y-intercept is -3, then plot (0, -3). |dw:1441862193136:dw|

  24. anonymous
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    Can you use the "Reply using Drawing" button to show me where (0, -3) is? :)

  25. anonymous
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    lol she thinks she's done with the problem... oh well

  26. anonymous
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    :'(

  27. anonymous
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    It is rise OVER run. :D

  28. anonymous
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    |dw:1441863363747:dw| Don't pay attention to this ^

  29. anonymous
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    let me try again

  30. anonymous
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    oops sorz 0_0. I'm pretty sure she left already though.

  31. anonymous
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    yup and when she logs in, she'll know the answer easily :(

  32. anonymous
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    I just sign up for the website and someone helped me with a problem so I wanted to help someone else on here, because it took like an hour.

  33. anonymous
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    When you're giving out direct answers, that's not helping. Besides, it's against the code of conduct of openstudy.

  34. anonymous
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    ok thanks for telling me :D

  35. anonymous
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    I did thank you. I just wanna help someone that I can but i'm not the best in math. I just started Alg 2 0_o. But I guess it's better to not answer at all unless I know exactly how to do it. I don't want to teach someone the wrong way.

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