thanks alot, we had 2 classes put together!

so from my original question the first slope =2 so would the second =-1/2?

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- Sep 16th 2011, 09:30 AMandyboy179Re: equations of lines
thanks alot, we had 2 classes put together!

so from my original question the first slope =2 so would the second =-1/2? - Sep 16th 2011, 09:40 AMWilmerRe: equations of lines
- Sep 16th 2011, 09:43 AMProve ItRe: equations of lines
- Sep 16th 2011, 09:47 AMandyboy179Re: equations of lines
(Giggle)thanks, but what would i do next?

- Sep 16th 2011, 09:48 AMProve ItRe: equations of lines
- Sep 16th 2011, 09:50 AMWilmerRe: equations of lines
- Sep 16th 2011, 10:04 AMandyboy179Re: equations of lines
so would it be, y=2x+c to start with?

- Sep 16th 2011, 11:50 AMSironRe: equations of lines
I recommand you to read post 18 (of Prove it) again, this post tells everything you have to do.

- Sep 16th 2011, 11:53 AMandyboy179Re: equations of lines
so it would be 0=-1/2+c

+1/2 to each side so C=1/2? - Sep 16th 2011, 01:02 PMWilmerRe: equations of lines
Andy, please stop posting your "guesses"; wastes everybody's time.

You apparently still can't see that C = 0.

Only a teacher in a classroom can help you.