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Your given the equation of a line 

 

12 = \(\frac{1}{2}\) + 8 

 

 

What is the slope?

 Jun 20, 2019
 #1
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I wont probally be able to tell you the slope 

but 12 is equal to 1/2+8 so what is 8+1/2 well thats 8.5 

12=8.5

cheekycheeky

 Jun 20, 2019
edited by Nickolas  Jun 20, 2019
edited by Nickolas  Jun 20, 2019
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Read this equation...

 

12  =  \(\frac12\) + 8

 

 

12   is equal to   \(\frac12\) + 8

 

 

12   is equal to   8.5

 

 

Does that make sense to you??   cheeky

 Jun 20, 2019
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Unfortunatly, I'm having making head's or tales of the problem...

CharmingTeachers  Jun 20, 2019
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Maybe you have mis-typed the question?

 

What you have said in the question is basically just like saying:

 

2 + 2  =  5

 

What is the slope?

hectictar  Jun 20, 2019
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Yeahhhh man whats the slope

laugh

~xd

lol secretly laughing to my self dont join CharmingTeachers you have to figure out the slope! wink

smiley

 

cheekycheekycheeky

Nickolas  Jun 20, 2019

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