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Liv1234

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HELP ASAP PLEASE

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    @Loser66

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    write an equation for the two points (50,122) and (100,212) then pick the graph that matches

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    I think it's C or D. @Vocaloid

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    Can you still help? @Vocaloid

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    your equation is y = (9/5)x + 32 hint: the y-intercept should be 32

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    y= 1.8x +32

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    no, what I meant was, find the graph that matches the equation (9/5)x + 32

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    Both D and C are that equation

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    right, but C and D are different graphs. pick the graph that matches the equation

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    Can you help me with that?

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    I can't figure it out, can you help please?

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    I know how to find the 32, but what about the 9/5?

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    the correct graph will have a y-intercept of 32

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    So D? @Vocaloid

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    @Vocaloid @Vocaloid

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