I also need to graph it, so if you could tell me where to graph it, that would be nice :)
I also need to graph it, so if you could tell me where to graph it, that would be nice :)
I keep getting a mixed number for the y intercept.
The slope of the line perpendicular to another line whose equation is 2y+ 3x - 4 = 0.
Please help me with through: (3,1), slope is 1/2 writing a standard equation
I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO WRITE THE STANDARD FORM OF THE EQUATION OF THE LINE THROUGH THE GIVEN POINT WITH THE GIVEN SLOPE. THROUGH:(1,2), SLOPE=7
Given the equation: 3x^2-12y^2+6x+48y-93=0 determine: a: The center C b: the two vertices c: the slopes of the asymptotes
A hyperbola is centered at C=(3,7). The vertices are (9,7) and (-3,7). The slopes of the asymptotes are m=+-5/6.
1) Which describes the lines represented by these equations? y=1/6x+6 y=2/12x+6 a. conincident lines b. intersecting lines c. parallel lines d...
what is the answer ? please slove for x please !!!!!!!!! I hate this problem I can't believe it aaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhh
A) 5/3 B) 4/5 C) -3/5
A) no slope B) 0 C) 6