How to find slope and y-intercept and how to graph it.
given A (0,-3), B (5,3)and Q (4,2), find two possible locations for a point P such that rayPQ is is parallel to rayAB.
i cannot figure this problem out.
I need help with this problem, I have been stuck on it for about 2 hours
I was given a problem that says "Find two points of each line and then use those points to find the slope." Then given the following equation: y=2/5x+4. I tried using the method of substituting...
solving for the y-intercept?
. . . on a coordinate grid . . .
Write an equation in slope intercept form of the line that passes through the given and is parallel to the graph of the given equation
Write an equation in slope intercept form of the line that passes through th given point and is parallel to the graph of the given equation
slope of 6 and a y intercept of -3
I think it begins with "M".
i need to see how to work a couple of these slope intercepts and parallel and perpendicular problems
write the equation for the slope intercept a is (14,-2) and b is (-3,15)
solve equation for y to obtain the slope-intercept form of the equation