isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
Someone please help I only have 2 questions please!!!
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isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
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smilie2015
  • smilie2015
slope = m = y2-y1/x2-x1 so put the values ... got it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
b

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smilie2015
  • smilie2015
@robby8974 direct answers are not allowed so be careful :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
not really im not very good with slopes so i probably wont understand much of what you tell me sorry
goldengoodgirl
  • goldengoodgirl
i think b
isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
i got d
smilie2015
  • smilie2015
ok look you have values in form (x,y) right so declare both the points (x1,y1) and (x2,y2) now x1= -3, y1 =4 and x2 = 2 , y2= -1 now put the values in equation \[m = \frac{ y2-y1 }{ x2-x1 }\]
smilie2015
  • smilie2015
@isuckatschool43 u got right answer i just saw ur previous reply it is D
isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
oh okay
smilie2015
  • smilie2015
:)
smilie2015
  • smilie2015
ur second question?
isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
this final question will be two or three snapshots because it is long
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isuckatschool43
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isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
okay last one
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isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
i think graph d
smilie2015
  • smilie2015
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smilie2015
  • smilie2015
look at the graph
smilie2015
  • smilie2015
got the answer?
isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
i made the graph with desmos and it is identical to d https://www.desmos.com/calculator/zcafgtctqs
smilie2015
  • smilie2015
look at D x= -2 y = 1.5 or some thing like this so look at which graph x=-2 and y = 2.66
smilie2015
  • smilie2015
got the answer ? look C and A are cancelled soooooooo ;)
isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
d
smilie2015
  • smilie2015
nope
isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
b?
isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
oh i see now im dumb lol
smilie2015
  • smilie2015
yup u got the concept ?
isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
yeah i jumped to conclusions instead of actually looking at the graphs
smilie2015
  • smilie2015
hhahahaaha ok practice me going need any more help... on slopes..
isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
im all good. thanks a ton. have a nice day :)
smilie2015
  • smilie2015
welcome ok bye :)
isuckatschool43
  • isuckatschool43
bye

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