Scribblenautical

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location Hiroshima-shi, Japan
age 18
visits member for 2 years
seen Jun 16 at 22:16

I'm actually in 8th grade. I still like video games, though! :)


Oct
22
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
22
comment What would be the algebraic representation to this verbal function?
Oh my gosh. Thank you sooo much.
Oct
22
accepted What would be the algebraic representation to this verbal function?
Oct
22
awarded  Commentator
Oct
22
comment What would be the algebraic representation to this verbal function?
How is it neither? If I want to turn this verbal representation into an algebraic one, I need to have a slope and a y-intercept.
Oct
22
comment What would be the algebraic representation to this verbal function?
But is t the y-intercept or the slope?
Oct
22
comment What would be the algebraic representation to this verbal function?
So, what is m, and what is b? (the y-intercept?)
Oct
22
comment What would be the algebraic representation to this verbal function?
All I want to know what the function is, algebraically. f(x)=mx+b.
Oct
22
awarded  Scholar
Oct
22
accepted What is the Y-intercept?
Oct
22
accepted The problem that needs some critical thinking.
Oct
22
comment What would be the algebraic representation to this verbal function?
@Dan I just have No idea how to solve it. I've tried f(x)=2x-1, but I realized that wouldn't work.
Oct
22
asked What would be the algebraic representation to this verbal function?
Oct
16
awarded  Student
Oct
15
comment What is the Y-intercept?
So you are saying that the Y axis is the point where the function intersects with the Y axis?
Oct
15
comment What is the Y-intercept?
Can you answer this in English? LOL sorry.
Oct
15
asked What is the Y-intercept?
Oct
15
comment The problem that needs some critical thinking.
nooo -3! dang it
Oct
5
comment The problem that needs some critical thinking.
aw man... -2 D:
Oct
5
comment The problem that needs some critical thinking.
... sorry I'm just practicing for my SHSAT's that are coming up soon... I needed the help.. I've tried figuring out the unit rate... But I really don't get it. Thanks anyway.