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wintersuntime

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Can someone be nice enough to help me please?

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  1. wintersuntime
    • one year ago
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    http://mrsmith6class.weebly.com/uploads/5/7/2/9/57295805/pre_ap_sm1_module_2_se_part_1.pdf

  2. wintersuntime
    • one year ago
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    its 2.4 page 19

  3. baygurl269
    • one year ago
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    question 2?

  4. wintersuntime
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    no

  5. wintersuntime
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    1.

  6. wintersuntime
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    its on page 19

  7. wintersuntime
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    you have to click on the link and scroll down to page 19

  8. wintersuntime
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    anyone please be nice enough to help me

  9. baygurl269
    • one year ago
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    ok so do you know what the question is asking?

  10. baygurl269
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    @wintersuntime

  11. wintersuntime
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    I dentify which of the given points are solution to the following linear equations

  12. Directrix
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    Is this the question?

  13. wintersuntime
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    yes

  14. Directrix
    • one year ago
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    To help you get started, take the given equation and fill in 2 for x and 4 for y and see if you get a true result. 3x + 2y = 12 3*2 + 2*4 = 12 ? yes or no @wintersuntime

  15. Directrix
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    Does 6 + 8 = 12 ?

  16. wintersuntime
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    no

  17. Directrix
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    Correct, so cross off option A as not being an answer.

  18. wintersuntime
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    for b is no

  19. Directrix
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    3x + 2y = 12 Substitute 3 for x and 2 for y and see if a true statement results.

  20. Directrix
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    Post what you get, okay?

  21. wintersuntime
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    Its c and d

  22. wintersuntime
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    @Directrix

  23. wintersuntime
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    I also did number 2 but im struggling with number 3.

  24. Directrix
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    I agree with those answers for #1.

  25. wintersuntime
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    For number 2 its a and c

  26. wintersuntime
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    im struggling with number 3

  27. Directrix
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    x + y = 6 and (2,?) means that you are to substitute 2 for x and then crank out the value of y.

  28. Directrix
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    2 + y = 6 y = ?

  29. wintersuntime
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    4?

  30. wintersuntime
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    is that right ?

  31. wintersuntime
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    so would it be A.(2,4) and B(0,6) and c (6,0)

  32. wintersuntime
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    @Directrix

  33. wintersuntime
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    hello?

  34. wintersuntime
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    @Directrix

  35. Directrix
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    Yes, (2,4). Sorry that I was late in responding.

  36. Directrix
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    Hold on a sec while I check B and C

  37. Directrix
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    That is what I got. >>> and B(0,6) and c (6,0)

  38. wintersuntime
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    okay

  39. wintersuntime
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    its okay

  40. wintersuntime
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    for number 5. i dont get c

  41. Directrix
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    Look at the top of the thead and meet my friend, Wolf 1728. He is an excellent helper!

  42. wolf1728
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    Hello wintersuntime

  43. wintersuntime
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    hi

  44. wintersuntime
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    can you help me with number 5 with letter c please

  45. wolf1728
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    Okay if I can find it.

  46. wintersuntime
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    its on page 9

  47. wintersuntime
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    Did you find it ?

  48. wintersuntime
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    5. 3x-y=8

  49. wolf1728
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    page 9 question 3?

  50. wintersuntime
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    no question 5

  51. wolf1728
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    okay question 5

  52. wintersuntime
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    yes

  53. wintersuntime
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    i dont get letter c

  54. Directrix
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    the problems, I think

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  55. wintersuntime
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    for a i got (2,-2) b (0,-8) c ( , 0) i dont know whats for c ?

  56. wintersuntime
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    yes for 5

  57. wintersuntime
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    letter c

  58. wolf1728
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    Since y=0 then you could write the equation as 3x = 8 then x=8/3

  59. wintersuntime
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    so i would have to multiply 3 times 8/3 ?

  60. wolf1728
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    x=2.666666...

  61. wintersuntime
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    it actually equals 8

  62. wintersuntime
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    8 divided by 3

  63. wolf1728
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    why does it equal 8?

  64. wintersuntime
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    because 3x8/3-0=8

  65. wolf1728
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    8 divided by 3 = 2.66666...

  66. wintersuntime
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    multiply 3 times 3/8

  67. wolf1728
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    3x = 8 right?

  68. wintersuntime
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    no 8/3

  69. wintersuntime
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    check in your caculator 3x8/3-0=

  70. wolf1728
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    3x -y = 8 y = 0 So 3x = 8

  71. wintersuntime
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    yes

  72. wolf1728
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    therefore x = 8/3

  73. wintersuntime
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    yes

  74. wintersuntime
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    so i got (8/3,0)

  75. wintersuntime
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    its right ?

  76. wolf1728
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    yes :-)

  77. wintersuntime
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    yay

  78. wintersuntime
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    now i need to do graphing ughh

  79. wintersuntime
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    i did number 6 already

  80. wintersuntime
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    could u be nice enough to help me still ?

  81. wolf1728
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    graphing?

  82. wintersuntime
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    i hope i dont bother u

  83. wintersuntime
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    yes for question 6.

  84. wintersuntime
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    i mean question 7.

  85. wolf1728
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    I got a phone call - might be done in about 10 minutes

  86. wintersuntime
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    okay

  87. wintersuntime
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    its page 9 question 7

  88. wintersuntime
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    Did you find it?

  89. wolf1728
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    You have to make a graph of x<7 ?

  90. wintersuntime
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    |dw:1444271553126:dw| i only ploted 7 because i dont know what to do next

  91. wolf1728
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    I'll make the graph

  92. wolf1728
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    Here it is:

  93. wintersuntime
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    wouldnt there be coordnates

  94. wolf1728
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    Yes, the red line is the graoh

  95. wolf1728
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    All you need to do is graph the x values. Since NO y values are mentioned, there are NO y values to plot.

  96. wintersuntime
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    okay so it would just be the line right the red one straight

  97. wolf1728
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    Don't forget to include the circle at x=7. Why do you need the circle there instead of just continuing the line to 7? The equation says x is less than 7 so x can never equal seven.

  98. wintersuntime
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    okay thanks

  99. wolf1728
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    Okay then

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