- anonymous

What is the equation of the line?
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A. y = -3/2x
B. y = -2/3x
C. y = 2/3x
D. y = 3/2x

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- anonymous

it is either a or d i m leaning to a though...

- anonymous

plz put proof with ur work thx

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- anonymous

Answer is c.

- anonymous

how i cant see that...

- anonymous

the x-axis is before the y-axis

- Nnesha

A or D
lets cancel out 2 options
by just knowing this
if the line is increasing then you will get positive slope
if the line is decreasing then slope would be negative

- anonymous

hmmmm... one sec

- anonymous

oh so d? because the line is increasing

- Nnesha

slope = rise over
y-intercept is a point where line intersect y-axis
so how many units it's going up from the y-intercept and then right ?

- Nnesha

why is it D why not C ?

- Nnesha

like i said line is increasing so A B can't be the answer

- anonymous

ok, let me try c

- anonymous

Take any 2 points that the line is passing through. I've taken (3,2) and (0,0). Then you use the standard line equation: (y-y1)={(y2-y1)/(x2-x1)}*(x-x1)

- anonymous

Here: y1=2, x1=3, y2=0, x2=0.

- anonymous

the line does not intercept with c

- anonymous

WAIT!!!!!

- anonymous

RISE TO RUN CORRECT???

- Nnesha

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the line does not intercept with c
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with x what do you mean ?

- anonymous

2 up and 3 across

- anonymous

i dunno why x is there that is just part of the answer choice

- anonymous

perhaps it is because of the x-axis

- Nnesha

y=mx+B is a slope intercept where m is slope and b is y-intercept
x is variable with slope that supposed to be there

- anonymous

u r right it is c, because the rise is 2, and the run is 3

- anonymous

ok

- Nnesha

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so yes right

- anonymous

ah i should have known thank u @Nnesha

- Nnesha

or as iphita7 mentioned you can pick two points and use formula to find slope

- anonymous

Yup! Thank you @Nnesha for the graph!

- anonymous

yes ans to @iphita7

- anonymous

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