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22 October, 16:53

What does the line 6x-2y=8 look like? horizontal, vertical, tilted right upwards, or tilted right downwards?

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  1. 22 October, 18:07
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    Ok, so the tilt is thhe slope

    slope=rise/run

    if the slope is negative, then it is tilted right downwards

    horizontal is 0/infinity slope or 0 slope, it is normally in y=something form

    vertical slope is undefined slope, it is normally in x=something form

    so

    in form

    ax+by=c

    slope=-a/b

    so

    6x-2y=8

    slope=-6/-2=3

    3 is positive, so tilted right upward
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