Posted by jasmine20 on Saturday, January 6, 2007 at 11:22am.
I have a slope of 3/4 and the yintercept at 8
the equation looks like:
y= 3/4x + 8
can someone tell me if i'm correct when i'm graphing it.
the two points that cross in the x axis and y are
(0,8) and (10.5,0) am i correct?
correct on the formula. correct on the intercepts.
what about if i have this one:
equation:
y = 2x + 4
then would my graph coordinates where it crosses be:
(0,4) and (2,0)
and then this one:
equation: y = 5x 2
then it will be: (2,0) and i don't know what will the other be?
right on the first.
On the second
y = 5x 2
if x=0, then y=2 so (0,2)
and if y=0, then
0=5x2 or x=2/5 so (2/5 , 0)
so then it would be(0,2) and it will actally be (.4,0)
yes, although the word "actually' implies that 2/5 is not correct but it is. 2/5 if you wish to use fractions and 0.4 if you wish to use decimal equivalents.
okay thank you for helping me relieve my unsureness.

math check again please  kallie, Thursday, November 29, 2007 at 11:13am
find the slope
y=5x+2
i have no idea how to do this 
math check again please  bre, Sunday, January 4, 2009 at 11:54pm
3x4y=15
5x+y=2 
math check again please  alicia, Tuesday, January 20, 2009 at 8:30pm
y=5x2
the point of intersection is 2? 
math check again please  carol, Wednesday, April 29, 2009 at 8:42pm
im learning this!! does anyone know the answeer to y=6/5x2 (do a tchart) i don't know wat to do!