math correction
posted by jasmine20 .
graphing :
y = 3/4x +2
the points i have are:
(3, 1/4), (2,1/2),(1,1 and 1/4)0,2),(1, 2 and 3/4),(2, 3and 1/2)(3, 4 and 1/4),(4,5)
Question: If you graphed this...did the points fall on the line? If they did, they have to be points on the line.
graphing :
y = 3/4x +2
the points i have are:
(3, 1/4), (2,1/2),(1,1 and 1/4)0,2),(1, 2 and 3/4),(2, 3and 1/2)(3, 4 and 1/4),(4,5)
so i should pick points that have whole numbers.
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