any ideas, just confused with the gradient
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Solve for or This is a recent question that belongs to other thread, so I'll assume that you want to isolate Does that make sense?
Originally Posted by jvignacio any ideas, just confused with the gradient An equation of a line is in the form Where: = Variables = Gradient = -intercept ^ Compare this form with to work out what your gradiant is.
Originally Posted by Air An equation of a line is in the form Where: = Variables = Gradient = -intercept ^ Compare this form with to work out what your gradiant is. how did u get +6 on the numerator at the end?
Originally Posted by Krizalid Solve for or This is a recent question that belongs to other thread, so I'll assume that you want to isolate Does that make sense? yeah it was for solving y! makes sence now. gracias mate
Originally Posted by jvignacio how did u get +6 on the numerator at the end? Is... Which is... By keeping it as , I though it would be easier for you to compare the form with .
Originally Posted by Air Is... Which is... By keeping it as , I though it would be easier for you to compare the form with . yes yes now i understand, cheers man!
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