 Topic: Maths homework gradients help?
June 27, 2019 / By Agas
Question: It's for HW, and I forgot how to do them. I got a few questions here, please answer them and then tell me how you worked it out. Question 1. Find the gradient of the line passing through: a. (-4, 1) and (-2, -4) b. (6, -6), and (-1, 3) c (8, -2) and (-5, 2) Question 2. Write the following equations in the form y = mx_b, hence find the gradient (m) and y-intercept (c) of each one. a. 2x - y +3 = 0 b. 4x + 2y - 6 = 0 c. 3x - 3y + 2 = 0 Question 3. Find the equation of a straight line with: a. a gradient of 3 and passing through the point (4, 3) b. a gradient of -2 and passing through the point (2, 7) c. a gradient of 5 and passing through the point (-3, 5) Question 4. Find the equation of the straight line which passes through the points: a. (2,1) and (5,7) b. (1,3) and (4,-3) c. (4,-8) and (0, 8) P.S I really need you to show me the working out! THX I'm 13 years old and this is in my maths tuition homework. thx for the answers but i still don't understand how to work it out! u guys just but up numbers but never wrote wtf you were doing >.<... I understand question 1 and question 2 now, pls explain the others instead :) i will give the best answer to whoever puts in what they're doing in their working out and correct answer (i already have the answers becus thers a answer sheet on the back but i don't know how to work it out myself)  Tiberius | 9 days ago
i am solving one solve the others similarly 1 . find all the gradient by using the formula y-y1/x-x1 a.(-4,1) &(-2,-4) here, -4=x,1=y & -2=x1,-4=y1 now by putting the values in the formula we get, m(gradient)=1-(-4)/-4-(-2) =5/-2=-5/2 2 . a} 2x-y+3=0 =y=2x+3 m=2,y-intercept=3 3 . a} m=y-y1/x-x1, 4=x1 , 3=y1 therefore, y-3/x-4=3 y-3=3x-12 y=3x-9 4 . a} solve it by the formula:y-y1/x-x1=y1-y2/x1-x2 here,x1=2,y1=1 & x2=5,y2=7 now putting them in the formula we get, y-1/x-2=1-7/2-5 y-1/x-2= -6/-3 y-1/x-2=2 y-1=2x-4 y=2x-3
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(1) 9p + 10q = 25 (a) 4p + 5q = 10 or 8p + 10q = 20 (b) (a)-(b); p = 5 So, from (a) 45 + 10q = 25, 10q = -20, so q=-2 (2) 5m + 6n = -38 or 10m + 12n = - 76(a) 10m + 5n = -55 (b) (a) – (b); 7n = -21; n = -3 From (a); 5m – 18 = -38; 5m = -20, m=-4 Originally Answered: Maths Homework Help.?
1. 9p + 10q = 25 4p + 5q = 10 ( - 2 ) 9p + 10q = 25 - 8p - 10q = - 20 p = 5 Replace 5 for p in one of the equations: 9 (5) + 10q = 25 45 + 10q = 25 10q = 25 - 45 10q = - 20 q = - 2 Answer: p = 5, q = - 2 2. 5m + 6n = - 38 ( -2 ) 10m + 5n = - 55 - 10m - 12n = + 76 10m + 5n = - 55 - 7n = + 21 n = - 3 Again, do a replacement, - 3 for n: 10m - 15 = - 55 10 m = - 40 m = - 4 Answer: m = - 4, n = - 3. Rae
to find gradient use formula y2-y2/x2-x1 1. a) -4+4/-2-1 = 0 b) 3-6/-1+6 = -3/5 c) 2-8/-5+2 = -6/-3 = 2 2.a) -y=-3 - 2x y = 2x+3 b)2y=6 - 4x y = -2x + 3 c) -3y = -3x - 2 y = x + 2/3 3.a) y-3 = 3(x-4) y-3 = 3x - 12 3x - y -9 = 0 b) y-7 = -2(x-2) y-7 = -2x + 4 2x +y -11 = 0 c) y-5 = 5(x+3) y-5 = 5x + 15 5x- y +20=0 4.a) y-1= (6/3) (x-2) y-1 = 2(x-2) y-1 = 2x - 4 2x - y -3 = 0 b) y-1 = -4(x-3) y-1 = -4x+12 4x -y -13 =0 c) y-8 = -16/4(x) y-8 = -4x 4x -y -8 = 0
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X + y = a million Subtract x from all facets ... Y = -x + a million i.E. M = -a million (gradient is -a million) and the line crosses the y axis at a million 5y = 10x + 2 Divide the two section by applying applying 5 ... Y = 2x + 2/5 i.E. M = 2 (gradient is two) and the line crosses the y axis at 2/5 3x - 10y = 7 Subtract 3x from the two section ... -10y = -3x + 7 Divide the two facets by applying way of -10 ... Y = (3/10)x - 7/10 i.E. M = 3/10 (gradient is 3/10) and the line crosses the y axis at -7/10
👍 102 | 👎 -5 Originally Answered: Can someone help me with my maths homework?
its 24678> 5866 B = 15/67A x-13Ym2 (squared) then divide it by the whole number to equal 7x328595+A

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