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March 26, 2015

Posted by **patti help** on Tuesday, March 13, 2007 at 6:31pm.

Do you have a specific problem?

if all the horizontal lines are parallel , what is the value of x?

for rates:

25 miles/5 hours = 5 miles/1 hour

To get a unit rate, the denominator

must be 1.

for horizontal lines:

Any horizontal line's equation would

be y = y-intercept. A y-intercept is

the point where the line crosses the

y-axis. The value of x is infinite,

but it is not written in the equation.

for rates:

25 miles/5 hours = 5 miles/1 hour

To get a unit rate, the denominator

must be 1.

for horizontal lines:

Any horizontal line's equation would

be y = y-intercept. A y-intercept is

the point where the line crosses the

y-axis. The value of x is infinite,

but it is not written in the equation.

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**Maria**, Wednesday, September 7, 2011 at 12:58amYea idk srry

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