anonymous
  • anonymous
When writing linear equations, how do you determine which form of a line to use?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what r the answer choices
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anonymous
  • anonymous
do they have a diagram or sumtin

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anonymous
  • anonymous
no its just a question
anonymous
  • anonymous
actually it depends on what you are using it for. slope intercept is great if you need to graph it. general form is better if you are using it in a system of equations. ultimately it shouldn't matter because th…
anonymous
  • anonymous
It does not matter because they are equivalent. You can always convert from a slope-intercept form to a standard linear form (and vice versa).
anonymous
  • anonymous
so thats your answer?
anonymous
  • anonymous
It does not matter because they are equivalent. You can always convert from a slope-intercept form to a standard linear form (and vice versa).
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thank you :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
np (:
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Oh and thank you @DERRICKCURRY :)

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