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need help!!hi, #2 20060424 23:08:37
Re: need help!!You should be able to find the slope, and the y intercept of the line. When you have that, please reply again, and I'll (we'll) help you out, if it's still needed. Last edited by Patrick (20060424 23:09:27) #3 20060424 23:08:54
Re: need help!!We also have a page that can calculate the equation automatically here: Straight Line Graph Calculator, but it is better to understand by reading the pages that Patrick mentioned. "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #4 20060425 00:05:02
Re: need help!!thanks for your help guys #5 20060425 00:14:13
Re: need help!!Okay, let the next step be this: #6 20060425 01:21:47
Re: need help!!
that was my point with the last post it isnt for a set line it is for an arbitary line. #7 20060425 10:15:54
Re: need help!!I think Patrick just wanted an example to work off. "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman 