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What is the range of the function y = |x|? User: m is parallel to the y-axis, and its slope is _____. User: Which of the following represents 3x - 5y + 10 = 0 written in slope-intercept form?
Weegy: y = -x + 2 represents 3x - 5y + 10 = 0 written in slope-intercept form User: Which of the following represents 3x - 5y + 10 = 0 written in slope-intercept form? Weegy: 5y=3x+10 represents 3x - 5y + 10 = 0 written in slope-intercept form. (More)
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y = 3/5x + 2 represents 3x - 5y + 10 = 0 written in slope-intercept form.
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m is parallel to the y-axis, and its slope is undefined.
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The cost to mail a package is $7 for the first 2 pounds and 30 cents for each additional ounce. Which of the following functions represents the cost to mail a package if x is the number of ounces over 2 pounds?
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The equation of the line that passes through (0, -2) and has a slope of 0 is y = -2.
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x = 1/3y written in general form is 3x - y = 0
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f(x) = 3x^2 - x,
f(-2) = 3(-2)^2 - (-2) = 12 + 2 = 14
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chanteecler was a____.?
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A chanticleer was a name given to a rooster, esp. in fairy tales
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What is the equation of the line that passes through (4, -1) and (-2, 3)? User: what is an abscissa and a ordinate
Weegy: The value of a co-ordinate on the vertical axis of a graph. The vertical axis of a graph is known as the ordinate and the horizontal axis of a graph is known as the abscissa. [ In a system of rectangular Cartesian co-ordinates which is two-dimensional, the vertical co-ordinate is denoted by the letter y. Therefore, the ordinate or the vertical axis of a graph is also commonly known as the y-axis of a graph. On the other hand, the horizontal co-ordinate is denoted by the letter x. Therefore, the abscissa or the horizontal axis of a graph is also commonly known as the x-axis of a graph. The x-axis or the x co-ordinate (also known as the horizontal axis of the graph or its abscissa) is the first element in a pair of co-ordinates. On the other hand, the y-axis or the y co-ordinate (also known as the vertical axis of the graph or its ordinate) is the second element in a pair of co-ordinates. ] (More)
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