Can someone help me with the slope intercept method? My question is y = -3/4x + 2 and y = 1/3x - 1. Thanks!!!

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- pooja195

y=mx+b <---slope intercept form
what do you mean by method?

- anonymous

So I understand Table of values and normal intercept methods. The one with 2 intercepts. Just not this one.

- anonymous

Method = how to do it

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- pooja195

So do you have to list the slope and y intercept ?

- anonymous

I have to graph it. Sorry I didn't mention that.

- anonymous

first you plot b. I know that. But after that is what I don't get.

- pooja195

ah ok this shouldnt be to hard lets start with y=-3/4x+2
We always start at 2 on the y axis (the one that goes up and down)
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- pooja195

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- pooja195

Slope equals rise over run

- anonymous

and that is -3/4 right?

- anonymous

so it would be -1,5?

- anonymous

-1,4*

- pooja195

Yes but in this case we go down 3 because it is negative

- anonymous

Ok. So it is -1, 4. That is all my teacher requires. The base and the next. So for the next one, it would be 0,3?

- anonymous

Next question, not interval or whatever.

- pooja195

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- pooja195

^so you go down 3 and over 4 (positive because the 4 is postivie) do you understand?

- anonymous

Yes I understand. Thank you SO MUCH! Algebra is a killer! I learnt it in class, but was freaking out because there was one part I was missing! Thank you so much!!!

- pooja195

:) no problem!! let me know if you need help with that 2nd one i'd like you see you try it :)

- anonymous

I did. 0,3 is the next interval for the second answer, right?

- pooja195

Not sure what you mean but the graph should look like this :
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- anonymous

Like the second point, after changing all of the stuff. The first point is 0, -1. After the adding and stuff it is 4, 0

- anonymous

3*

- pooja195

Yes thats correct :)

- anonymous

YES!

- pooja195

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- pooja195

O_O lol no problem!! :D

- anonymous

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