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Even if you are given the graph of a line in an xy-plane and its corresponding equation, you still cant be sure that the coordinates of every point on that line will satisfy the equation 

 

true or false 

 Mar 8, 2019
edited by CreatorRozen  Mar 8, 2019
edited by CreatorRozen  Mar 8, 2019

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False.    If you have the equation  and   the graph of the equation....all of the points will satisfy the equation.

 Mar 8, 2019
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It will not satisfy ientirly to a degree only when there are multiple forums of slope and sof orth I would say true because sometimes there are ouliners i scatter plots.

 Mar 8, 2019
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Thank you Link, (though it was my friend who wanted a quick answer for a problem, so thats my reason for change of text cheeky)

CreatorRozen  Mar 8, 2019
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False.    If you have the equation  and   the graph of the equation....all of the points will satisfy the equation.

ElectricPavlov Mar 8, 2019
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Oh I guess you shoulkd go with EP's answer because what drove my though was that scatter plots aren't always going to be the same I was thinking line of best fit equations and line of best firt is a rough way to predic future events.

HiylinLink  Mar 8, 2019

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