Does anyone know how to do this?

If (x,y) is a point on the graph of the line and:

delta X =1

delta X =2

delta X=5

find delta Y.

y=5x+1

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- September 28th 2005, 02:40 PMtennisprod131Finite Math
Does anyone know how to do this?

If (x,y) is a point on the graph of the line and:

delta X =1

delta X =2

delta X=5

find delta Y.

y=5x+1 - September 29th 2005, 07:28 AMkdstalnakerPlug the numbersQuote:

Originally Posted by**tennisprod131**

You would plug in the numbers for x to solve for y.

If delta x=1, then y=5(1)+1

y=5+1=6

If delta x=2, then y=5(2)+1

y=10+1=11

If delta x=5, then y=5(5)+1

y=25+1=26

This would make the points on the graph (1,6), (2,11), and (5,26).