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Which of the following describes how to translate the graph y = |x| to obtain the graph of y = |x + 1| + 1?
A.shift 1 unit left and 1 unit down
B.shift 1 unit left and 1 unit up
C.shift 1 unit right and 1 unit down
D.shift 1 unit right and 1 unit up **Weegy:** shift 1 unit right and 1 unit up **User:** thanks **Weegy:** Your welcome! any more question weegy is here to help! (More)

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Updated 6/21/2014 11:34:24 AM

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The following that describes how to translate the graph y = |x| to obtain the graph of y = |x + 1| + 1 is: shift 1 unit left and 1 unit up.

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Confirmed by andrewpallarca [6/21/2014 11:35:17 AM]

really??? **Weegy:** what do you mean **User:** you cant find my answer!!! **Weegy:** This is a new expert. What was your question? **User:** If a line contains the point (0, -1) and has a slope of 2, then which of the following points also lies on the line?
A.(2, 1)
B.(1, 1)
C.(0, 1) (More)

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Updated 10/11/2014 1:35:28 AM

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If a line contains the point (0, -1) and has a slope of 2, pointof (1,1 ) also lies on the line.

Let the equation is y = 2x + b ,

put ( 0,1 ) in it ,we can get the value of b ,

-1 = 2*0 + b

b = -1 ,

so y = 2x - 1 ,

put (1, 1) in the euqation ,we can get the correct answer .

1 = 2*1 - 1

Let the equation is y = 2x + b ,

put ( 0,1 ) in it ,we can get the value of b ,

-1 = 2*0 + b

b = -1 ,

so y = 2x - 1 ,

put (1, 1) in the euqation ,we can get the correct answer .

1 = 2*1 - 1

Added 10/11/2014 1:35:28 AM

What is the equation of a line, in general form, with a point (-3, 0) and an undefined slope?A. x + 3 = 0 B.y + 3 = 0 C.x - 3 = 0 D.y - 3 = 0 **Weegy:** A.) { x | x **User:** What is the slope of a line parallel to the line whose equation is y - x = 5? **Weegy:** A.) { x | x **User:** What is the slope of a line parallel to the line whose equation is y - x = 5? (More)

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Updated 10/11/2014 1:30:21 AM

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x + 3 = 0 is the equation of a line, in general form, with a point (-3, 0) and an undefined slope .

Let x = b

b = -3

So x = -3

x + 3 = 0 is the general form .

Let x = b

b = -3

So x = -3

x + 3 = 0 is the general form .

Added 10/11/2014 1:28:01 AM

1 is the slope of a line parallel to the line whose equation is y - x = 5 .

The slope of y - x = 5 is 1 , which is the same as the slope of the line parallel to it .

The slope of y - x = 5 is 1 , which is the same as the slope of the line parallel to it .

Added 10/11/2014 1:30:21 AM

What is the slope of a line parallel to the line whose equation is y - x = 5?
-1
1/5
1
5 **Weegy:** Simplifying
4(x + 3) + -1(x + -2) = 0
Reorder the terms:
4(3 + x) + -1(x + -2) = 0
(3 * 4 + x * 4) + -1(x + -2) = 0
(12 + 4x) + -1(x + -2) = 0
Reorder the terms:
12 + 4x + -1(-2 + x) = 0
12 + 4x + (-2 * -1 + x * -1) = 0
12 + 4x + (2 + [ [ -1x) = 0
Reorder the terms:
12 + 2 + 4x + -1x = 0
Combine like terms: 12 + 2 = 14
14 + 4x + -1x = 0
Combine like terms: 4x + -1x = 3x
14 + 3x = 0
Solving
14 + 3x = 0
Solving for variable 'x'.
Move all terms containing x to the left, all other terms to the right.
Add '-14' to each side of the equation.
14 + -14 + 3x = 0 + -14
Combine like terms: 14 + -14 = 0
0 + 3x = 0 + -14
3x = 0 + -14
Combine like terms: 0 + -14 = -14
3x = -14
Divide each side by '3'.
x = -4.666666667
Simplifying
x = -4.666666667
If this does not help .. try ] **User:** whats the answer **Weegy:** What is your question? **User:** What is the slope of a line parallel to the line whose equation is y - x = 5?
A.-1
B.1/5
C.1
D.5 **Weegy:** 4(x + 3) + -1(x + -2) = 0 Reorder the terms: 4(3 + x) + -1(x + -2) = 0 (3 * 4 + x * 4) + -1(x + -2) = 0 (12 + 4x) + -1(x + -2) = 0 Reorder the terms: 12 + 4x + -1(-2 + x) = 0 12 + 4x + (-2 * -1 + x * -1) = 0 12 + 4x + (2 + [ [ -1x) = 0 Reorder the [ terms: 12 + 2 + 4x + -1x = 0 Combine like terms: 12 + 2 = 14 14 + 4x + -1x = 0 Combine like terms: 4x + -1x = 3x 14 + 3x = 0 Solving 14 + 3x = 0 Solving for variable 'x'. Move all terms containing x to the left, all other terms to the right. Add '-14' to each side of the equation. 14 + -14 + 3x = 0 + -14 Combine like terms: 14 + -14 = 0 0 + 3x = 0 + -14 3x = 0 + -14 Combine like terms: 0 + -14 = -14 3x = -14 Divide each side by '3'. x = -4.666666667 Simplifying x = -4.666666667 ] **User:** not one of the choices (More)

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Updated 8/5/2011 11:16:59 PM

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What is the equation of a line, in general form, that passes through points (-1, 2) and (5, 2)?
y - 2 = 0
x - 2 = 0
y - x - 2 = 0 **Weegy:** Simplifying
4(x + 3) + -1(x + -2) = 0
Reorder the terms:
4(3 + x) + -1(x + -2) = 0
(3 * 4 + x * 4) + -1(x + -2) = 0
(12 + 4x) + -1(x + -2) = 0
Reorder the terms:
12 + 4x + -1(-2 + x) = 0
12 + 4x + (-2 * -1 + x * -1) = 0
12 + 4x + (2 + [ [ -1x) = 0
Reorder the terms:
12 + 2 + 4x + -1x = 0
Combine like terms: 12 + 2 = 14
14 + 4x + -1x = 0
Combine like terms: 4x + -1x = 3x
14 + 3x = 0
Solving
14 + 3x = 0
Solving for variable 'x'.
Move all terms containing x to the left, all other terms to the right.
Add '-14' to each side of the equation.
14 + -14 + 3x = 0 + -14
Combine like terms: 14 + -14 = 0
0 + 3x = 0 + -14
3x = 0 + -14
Combine like terms: 0 + -14 = -14
3x = -14
Divide each side by '3'.
x = -4.666666667
Simplifying
x = -4.666666667
If this does not help .. try ] **User:** What is the equation of a line, in general form, that passes through points (-1, 2) and (5, 2)?
A.y - 2 = 0
B.x - 2 = 0
C.y - x - 2 = 0 (More)

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Updated 8/17/2011 11:55:41 PM

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The correct answer for this is y-2=0. The first thing to do is determine its slope. By calculating we will arrive at an answer that slope is equal to 0.
Using this formula to solve for the equation y2-y1=m(x2-x1)
We will use one of the coordinates and substitute as value of x1 and y1
y-2=0(x-1)
y-2=0

Added 8/17/2011 11:55:41 PM

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