# Graph Y=-1/3X+5

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Graph Y=-1/3X+5. From the point 5, go up 1 and over 3.plot that point and graph your line. The equation of the graphed line is x+2y=5.

If you've done that, you have effectively solved it because at first glance you could find the y value for your x value. The equation of the graphed line is x+2y=5. Precalculus geometry of a parabola graphing parabolas.

## Graph Y=-1/3X+5

Answer by checkley79(3341) (show source): Classify the system as independent, dependent, or inconsistent. Isn't it the other way around? To determine the steepness of a graph, you need to look at the absolute value of slope of the graph.

### If you graph this line, all of this create the same line (same slope and x,y intercept), only in different form of equation.

Then the apex of the graph would be shifted 5 points left of the origin. Solve the system by graphing or using a table. Function is neither even nor odd and not periodic.

### Isn't it the other way around?

We can mark them on a graph Click here to see all problems on graphs. If you've done that, you have effectively solved it because at first glance you could find the y value for your x value.

### I have a question, in the first graph, it shows 2x + 3y = 12.

Write an equations that could be used to find how many days will it take them to have the same number of followers? Shift the function 1 unit to the right. Then the apex of the graph would be shifted 5 points left of the origin.

### Precalculus geometry of a parabola graphing parabolas.

This is because there is no log of 0. Classify the system as independent, dependent, or inconsistent. Precalculus geometry of a parabola graphing parabolas.

### The equation of the graphed line is x+2y=5.

Write an equations that could be used to find how many days will it take them to have the same number of followers? If you've done that, you have effectively solved it because at first glance you could find the y value for your x value. Click here to see all problems on graphs.

### In this math video lesson i show how to graph y=(5/3)x.

You can put this solution on your website! You can specify either the probability for. Any line can be graphed using two points.

### Classify the system as independent, dependent, or inconsistent.

You can put this solution on your website! You can put this solution on your website! There is no simpler function that initial function is obtained from.

### There is no simpler function that initial function is obtained from.

We can mark them on a graph Precalculus geometry of a parabola graphing parabolas. We can mark them on a graph

### You can specify either the probability for.

In this math video lesson i show how to graph y=(5/3)x. To graph a simple logarithmic function (no a, b, h, k yet), first graph a vertical asymptote at x=0. The graph would look like an inverted 'v' with a 2:1 ratio favouring the y value (that is, if x=3 then y=6).

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