What is the equation of the graphed line? A. y=-2x B. y=-1/2x C. y=1/2x D.y=2 x

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What is the equation of the graphed line? A. y=-2x B. y=-1/2x C. y=1/2x D.y=2 x

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y=mx+b slope intercept form where m is slope and b is y-intercept if line increasing then slope would be `positive ` if line is decreasing then slope would be `negative` slope = rise over run (count how many units its going up from the y-intercept and then how many units to the right ) b(y-intercept) is a point where line intersect at `y-axis`

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so its a positive number right...this is just really confusing for me
right slope would be positive bec line is increasing
i just cant tell if the line is increasing or decreasing
heck your options are sure they are correct ?
check ** sorry not that word
yes that is what they gave me
then graph doesn't go with that options
i just can never tell hat way the slope is going how do i know it is going up or down...and after i figure that out i newere know which answer it is
if you had to pick the best answer what would it be
alright |dw:1444308980484:dw| if the line coming from 2nd quadrant to 4th then the line is decreasing
|dw:1444309061792:dw| if the line is coming from 3rd quadrant to 1st then line increasing
oh ok got it
so the number has to be a negative
so it would be either a or b
hmm why ?
so is the line increasing or decreasing in ur graph ?
it is decreasing from my graph and as you said towards the top that decreasing is negative
reread what i said :=)
now im confused :(
|dw:1444309368772:dw|if the line coming from 2nd quadrant to 4th then the line is decreasing
|dw:1444309392229:dw|if the line is coming from 3rd quadrant to 1st then line increasing
yes so the number would be a negitive right? =)
y = 1/6+0
|dw:1444309473751:dw| line is increasing or decreasing ?
OMG i am so sorry i put the wrong picture up and i didnt even notice it is this one
see i told you
\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Nnesha then graph doesn't go with that options \(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\)
that was from my last question...i am so sorry
it's okay.
i will get the other one for you right now...ugh i feel so stupid :(
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there it is...now i know this is the right one
|dw:1444309675527:dw| aw then yes line is decreasing slope would be negative
now find y-intercept y-intercept is a point where line intersect at y-axis
ok thats what i thought...now I feel smart again :)
hahah yes you are smart!
no i am really bad at math you are the smart one here...if you were not helping rn i would get this wrong
it would be -2 right
hmm slope is rise over run so how many units its going down from the yintercept
oops it would be -1/2
|dw:1444309931152:dw|
oh so thats what rise over run is
would it be 2
how is it 2 ? please explain how many units its going down from y-intercept ??
-4 but thats not an answer
|dw:1444310141486:dw|
right rise = -4 but we also need run so what's run
how many units it's going to the right side ?
ok i would say -2
right side where x values are positive so rise =-4 and run =2 slope = rise over run replace rise with -4 and run with 2 and then divide
\[\rm slope =\frac{ rise }{ run }=\frac{ -4 }{ 2 }\]
so the answer is A.-2
right :=)
OMG thank you sooooo much
np
if you ever need help on a question ( any subject but math) i would be glad to help
i am going to close this question but i have one more i need that i cant get
i will tag you in it
alright and yes sure i will tag u when i need help thanks ! :=)

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