Slope intercept form
Slope intercept form
(4,-5) perpendicular to x=0
enter any non-integer coefficient as a fraction
I am doing some homework and it says Write the equation in slope intercept form, then graph the line. Make sure to show your work when solving the equation for y
write the slope intercept form of the lines through the given point (a) parallel to the line and (b) perpendicular to the given line. Point (-3.9,-1.4) line 6x +2y=9
Summer Math packet question. write the equation in slope intercept and standard form
If any number in the equation is not an integer, enter it as a fraction in simplest form
I have the following math problem: Write the equation of the line in the standard form. Containing (9,8) and perpendicular to 3x-4y-5=0. I am so lost! I have no...
Graph equation and show work step by step
I have a test today and here are a few questions I have the answers to but I don't know how the teacher got there. He takes too long teaching one problem that at the end leaves us confused. Please...
slope intercept
I need help on solving this question. Find the equation in slope intercept form of the line that is the perpendicular bisector of the segment between (-3,4) and (3,-8) and list the...
I am putting into point slope formula, the rise is 1 and the run is 1/2. how do I write the slope if the run is a fraction?
After you get the answer to the equation like y=3x+2. would you graph the constant for the slope (2) at -2?
The slope is 3/4, the y intercept is
Slope 3/4 y- intercept (0, 35)
Are the lines for -y=3x-2 and -6x+2y=6 parallel, perpendicular or neither?
im trying to figure it out but i forget the steps
how do i put x+3y=3 into y=mx+b form?
Ive tried to do the problem but i got confused