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 The equation of a line 2019-12-10 From Jourdan:Suppose a mining company will supply 96000 tons of ore per month if the price is 80 dollars per ton but will supply 70500 tons per month if the price is 20 dollars per ton. Assuming the supply function is of the form y = m x + b , find the slope, m and y-intercept, bAnswered by Penny Nom. A question concerning two lines 2014-05-09 From Hela:The equation of the line L is 6x+5y=3, and the equation of line Q is 5x-6y=0, which statement below about the line is true? A) same y intercept B)parallel C) Same x intercept D)perpendicularAnswered by Penny Nom. An equation in the form Ax+By=C 2011-07-28 From Mike:I need to write an equation in the form Ax+By=C The points I was given are (5,0) and (-3,5) I know how to find the slope I got -5/8 and wrote it out as y=(-5/8)x+b however I'm not quite sure where to go from here. Any help would be greatly appreciated.Answered by Penny Nom. x and y intercepts 2010-05-10 From connor:im not sure how to find the x intercept in questions like 2x+3y-12=0 5x-2y-12=0 if you could show me how to find the x and the y intercepts out of this equation that would be great thanks connorAnswered by Penny Nom. The y intercept 2006-05-20 From Zeel:how do you solve for the y intercept when the equation is y=-1.5x?Answered by Leeanne Boehm.

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