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Find slope
x+7 y=14
x+7y=14
x=2

check this problem see if I got it right.

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asked by jj
  1. I don't think you did...

    Here's what I would do:

    x + 7y = 14
    Subtract x from each side.

    7y = -x + 14

    Divide both sides by 7.

    y = -1/7x + 2

    That means the slope is -1/7.

    Write another response back if you need me to explain in more detail or if you have any questions.

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    posted by Cassie
  2. I agree with Cassie.

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  3. How did you get -1/7 I am still confuse

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    posted by jj

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