safyousuff97
  • safyousuff97
How do you write an equation to show the relationship between two variables? When is it helpful to convert from point-slope to slope-intercept form? PLS help asap
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@BelleCarroll1996
safyousuff97
  • safyousuff97
@Vickyisthesmartone123
Vickyisthesmartone123
  • Vickyisthesmartone123
Ok i know this what do you need help in SR.?

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safyousuff97
  • safyousuff97
can you explain what your supposed to do pls?
Vickyisthesmartone123
  • Vickyisthesmartone123
So basically...i studied this, but I never understood it... cheated...by looking up the answers on the internet.
Vickyisthesmartone123
  • Vickyisthesmartone123
Do you have some equations i can solve those for you tho...:)
Vickyisthesmartone123
  • Vickyisthesmartone123
@safyousuff97
safyousuff97
  • safyousuff97
no i'm trying to make a study guide before my test with my teacher at 4
Vickyisthesmartone123
  • Vickyisthesmartone123
Oh...I see
Vickyisthesmartone123
  • Vickyisthesmartone123
@jigglypuff314
Vickyisthesmartone123
  • Vickyisthesmartone123
@Hero or @mathstudent55
Vickyisthesmartone123
  • Vickyisthesmartone123
@seb.cal
Vickyisthesmartone123
  • Vickyisthesmartone123
@Nnesha
seb.cal
  • seb.cal
Ah man, I learned this like 2 years ago... Sorry >.<
Vickyisthesmartone123
  • Vickyisthesmartone123
Uh-oh...
Vickyisthesmartone123
  • Vickyisthesmartone123
Do you still remember tho?
seb.cal
  • seb.cal
no :( i'm so sorry... I'd help if I could, but I don't want to give the wrong answer(s).
Vickyisthesmartone123
  • Vickyisthesmartone123
Oh yea your right it's ok we'll find someone else:)
safyousuff97
  • safyousuff97
@Kitten_is_back
Kitten_is_back
  • Kitten_is_back
http://www.mathplanet.com/education/algebra-1/formulating-linear-equations/writing-linear-equations-using-the-slope-intercept-form
safyousuff97
  • safyousuff97
i was wondering if u can explain 1 and 2 in the simplest way if thats ok with u
safyousuff97
  • safyousuff97
?
safyousuff97
  • safyousuff97
@sammyalabamy
sammyalabamy
  • sammyalabamy
im sorry, but i am no good when it comes to this
safyousuff97
  • safyousuff97
ok
safyousuff97
  • safyousuff97
@mathwiz916
anonymous
  • anonymous
I can give an example
safyousuff97
  • safyousuff97
its not a test question i just would like u to explain the answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
well here i dont know how to explain so here
anonymous
  • anonymous
https://learnzillion.com/lesson_plans/4699-relate-variables-using-an-equation
safyousuff97
  • safyousuff97
can u help me with a couple more pls ?

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