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adajiamcneal

  • one year ago

Correct my answers? PLease this is important.

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  1. adajiamcneal
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  3. lakota1999
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    ....

  4. Nnesha
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    slope = rise over run 2nd one is incorrect.

  5. adajiamcneal
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    how would i do it?

  6. Nnesha
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    tell how did you get the answer for first one ?

  7. adajiamcneal
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    honestly all i did was put 2 on y and looked at y and seen i got 4 in between i dont really know how to do this stuff...

  8. Nnesha
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    for slope : 2 ways you can pick two points and use the slope formula OR you can use slope =rise over run definition

  9. Nnesha
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    |dw:1443472861006:dw|

  10. imqwerty
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    jst do 1 thing if u have any equation like this- \[ax+by=c\]then just divide all over by c u get-\[\frac{ ax }{ c }+\frac{ by }{ c }=\frac{ c }{ c}\]\[\frac{ x }{\frac{ c }{ a } }+\frac{ y }{ \frac{ c }{ b } }=1\] now when u get this the c/a is the point where the line cuts x axis in 1st case c/a=2 so line will cut x axis at (2,0) and c/b= the point where line cuts y axis in 1st case its (0,2) so jst join these to points and thats ur line

  11. Nnesha
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    |dw:1443472884776:dw| rise = how many units it's going up and then run(right ) unit

  12. adajiamcneal
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    5 1/2 and 9?

  13. Nnesha
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    |dw:1443473002597:dw|these are the points u need to focus on

  14. lakota1999
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    type the damm

  15. adajiamcneal
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    . . . yeah its moving to the right 2 points which would be 2x then up 1 which would be 2x+1 but thats not an option i have

  16. Nnesha
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    yes right 2 point and up 1

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    thing

  18. Nnesha
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    forget about y-intercept for a sec just focus on slope slope = rise /run

  19. Nnesha
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    going up 1 unit that's rise goin right 2 unit that's run \[\huge\rm \frac{ rise }{ run}\]

  20. Nnesha
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    so replace rise with one run with 2 that's just the slope

  21. Nnesha
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    and as mentioned above y-intercept is a point where line intersect y-axis

  22. lakota1999
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    symmetry. what is that

  23. adajiamcneal
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    1/2x-1 correct?

  24. Nnesha
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    looks good

  25. adajiamcneal
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    thank you

  26. Nnesha
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    for first just like mentioned above if it's in standard form we should rewrite in slope intercept to graph it

  27. Nnesha
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    so solve 2x+2y=4 for y

  28. adajiamcneal
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    i did and i got them both right :) thank you so much for helping me

  29. imqwerty
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    np lol

  30. Nnesha
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    few hint: if line is increasing = positive slope if line is decreasing = negative slope always!

  31. Nnesha
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    good work.

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