: Find the slope of the line that passes through the points (3, 6) and (5, 3). A.-3/2 B.3/2 C.2/3
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Updated 8/12/2014 1:19:07 PM
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User: : Find the slope of the line that passes through the points (3, 6) and (5, 3). A.-3/2 B.3/2 C.2/3

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Updated 8/12/2014 1:19:07 PM
Flagged by jerry06 [8/12/2014 1:19:07 PM]
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The slope of the line that passes through the points (3, 6) and (5, 3) is -3/2. m = (3-6)/(5-3); m = -3/2
Confirmed by yumdrea [8/12/2014 1:20:16 PM]

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Match the word to the definition. 1. decomposition the act of separating into basic elements 2. heliograph a device used for transmitting messages by reflecting sunlight 3. vivid an instrument for measuring force or energy 4. dynamometer full of life
Weegy: A device used for transmitting messages by reflecting sunlight is a heliograph. (More)
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Updated 7/9/2013 5:59:44 PM
Words matched to definitions:
1. decomposition: the act of separating into basic elements
2. heliograph: a device used for transmitting messages by reflecting sunlight
3. dynamometer: an instrument for measuring force or energy
4. vivid: full of life

Confirmed by Janet17 [1/20/2016 3:56:40 PM]
Arrange your answer in the form y = mx + b, where b is the constant. (-1, 0) m = -2
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Updated 7/1/2014 11:55:51 AM
where b is the constant. (-1, 0) m = -2

y = mx + b
0 = (-2)(–1) + b
0 = 2 + b
-b = 2
b = -2

the equation of the line is
y = -2x - 2
Find the equation of a line with the given points. (Put your answers in the form y = mx + b.) (2, 2) (3, 3)
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Updated 8/6/2014 8:18:15 PM
The equation of a line containing points (2, 2) (3, 3) is y = x.
Confirmed by andrewpallarca [8/6/2014 8:18:18 PM]
Which of the following equations is 2x + 3y = 6 written in slope-intercept form. A.y=-2/3x + 6 B.y=-2/3x + 2 C.y=-3/2x + 2
Weegy: The answer is C.y=-3/2x + 2. (More)
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Updated 8/6/2014 8:10:20 PM
2x + 3y = 6 written in slope-intercept form is y=-2/3x + 2
Confirmed by andrewpallarca [8/6/2014 8:18:46 PM]
Input the equation of the given line in slope-intercept form. The line through (1, 0) and parallel to x - y = 7.
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Updated 8/6/2014 5:23:07 AM
The line through (1, 0) and parallel to x - y = 7 in slope intercept form is y = x - 1.
Confirmed by jeifunk [8/6/2014 5:23:20 AM]
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