anonymous
  • anonymous
question about slopes?
Mathematics
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What about em
james1769
  • james1769
^
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
looks good to me
james1769
  • james1769
^
anonymous
  • anonymous
:}
james1769
  • james1769
it looks good
anonymous
  • anonymous
mhm
anonymous
  • anonymous
haha give me a minutes u guys!! my question is, in order to plot it i did (0,-4) based off solving the 2x-y=4 problem. Now I need to figure out how to rise/run. How do I do that when my slope is just one number (2)?
anonymous
  • anonymous
didnt you get the asnswer correct?
anonymous
  • anonymous
the slope is right, the graph is wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
;3 can you choose different graphs?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Im confused lol
james1769
  • james1769
oh thats just screwy
anonymous
  • anonymous
^
anonymous
  • anonymous
^
anonymous
  • anonymous
does anyone understand what I mean? m=2. how do i rise/run over (0,-3)? usually the slope is like 1/4 or something like that lol would i do 1/2? 2/1?
anonymous
  • anonymous
OOps.I've been meaning to write (0,-4) sorry!
anonymous
  • anonymous
what grade are you in hun? im in 11th
anonymous
  • anonymous
^
james1769
  • james1769
i under stand wat ur saying just the question its self is confusing
anonymous
  • anonymous
im in college algebra lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
college? :3
james1769
  • james1769
oh thats why we dont understandit
anonymous
  • anonymous
^ Same
anonymous
  • anonymous
wow that's good then. I cant help you sorry. I wish you great luck in your future
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry
SamsungFanBoy
  • SamsungFanBoy
no many people on this post for a cute girl lololol
anonymous
  • anonymous
^ ikr
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes, if you guys are going to waste my time with meaningless and rude comments I'll just look elsewhere. Clearly you think your better than me but it's obvious that I must not have asked the question clearly. Thanks anyways to those who did try to help.
anonymous
  • anonymous
can you choose different graphs?
anonymous
  • anonymous
im waiting for a reply ;3
anonymous
  • anonymous
Look I did not mean to be rude Im so sorry I would help but Im so confused im sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
im a girl I really did want to help you sorry :( @raw
anonymous
  • anonymous
@rawrolivia
anonymous
  • anonymous
Same here @ayanna1100
anonymous
  • anonymous
*Cough* Cough* ca fesh
anonymous
  • anonymous
Lol, I wasn't trying to be rude I just wanted an answer. Yes, that graph I did myself and was wrong.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i'll take my picture down to deter any future problems :p
anonymous
  • anonymous
;p
anonymous
  • anonymous
good idea
anonymous
  • anonymous
dont take it down :)))))))))))))))))))
anonymous
  • anonymous
:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
:)
james1769
  • james1769
so did i but

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