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Please help me with this algebra question

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f(x,y)=3y=x

Oct 22nd, 2017

Not sure you have it right.  Did you mean 3y = x?  If so, then you want to solve for y since a line is in the format y = mx + b where m = slope and b = constant.

f(x) 3y = x

y = 1/3 x (divide 3 by both sides)

This is the equation for a line with slope = 1/3 and no constant in the equation. Points on the line would be:

(0,0), (3, 1), (-3, -1),  You only need 2 points for the line, but these three will make it easier to show where the lines goes on each side of the y axis.  Remember (x,y) coordinates mean x units to the left or right and y units up or down.

Let me know if you have any other questions.


Apr 2nd, 2015

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