anonymous
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question on straight line graphs below will medal
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
y=1/4x+1
anonymous
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What do you know about the formula: y = mx + b?

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anonymous
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dont you just substitute the values into y=1/4x+1
anonymous
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Yep! So the 1/4 is the slope and 1 is the y-intercept. Do you have to draw the line?
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok, for example if I want to substitute the x value of 4 , I would follow the equation which is : y=1/4x+1 Therefore, it would be 4 divided by 4 +1 right?
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Wait just a sec. What is the actual question? Like, what is the goal of the question/what are you trying to find?
anonymous
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For example I want to know if x is 4 what will the value of y be ... using this equation: y=1/4x+1 @SwagHatKid
anonymous
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Ooooh! Okay then! You'll have to graph it. :)

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