I know that volume or weight over volume percent gives you the concentration. So I think that the slope signifies the concentration?

I know that volume or weight over volume percent gives you the concentration. So I think that the slope signifies the concentration?

a) The slope is -2 and the point (2, -3) is on the line. b)The line passes through the points (-3, 3) and (6, 9).

A student incorrectly graphs the data and plots the volume on the y-axis and the mass on the x-axis. How will this affect the units for the slope of the line? What will the student need to do mathematically...

Use point slope form to write the equation of a line that has a slope of 2/3 and passes through (-3,-1). Write your final equation in slope intercept form

A. y= 1/2x-5 B. y= -2/5x+3 C. y= 4x-2 D. y= -6x+1

The word problem is a linear equation and is solving for y

i made the table it told me to and it is asking me to explain what the slope of the line is showing

Please explain in detail.

You are looking to start a catering business. Part of the business is figuring out who should be used to transport prepared food to different locations. You have found two trucking companies that...

this is for algebra 1 and I don't understand how to work it

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The function below models the correlation between the number of hours a plant is kept in sunlight (x) and the height (y), in mm, to which it grows: y = 4 + 2x What does the slope...

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Find the slope.

The points are P(11, -4) and Q(13, -6).

through P(1,6) with slope m = -2/3. Write the equation in point-slope form.

points P(-3, 2) and Q(5, -2). Write the equation in slope-intercept form.

the problem is stated as above. I'm just not sure where to start.

You are standing on a coordinate grid at A(1,2). You are able to see a line using a light at specific slope values. What coordinates would you hit at each of the slope values given. slope...

The equation for line j can be written as y=x+85. Line k includes the point(-10, 2)and is perpendicular to line j. What is the equation of line? the answer has to be in slope intercept...