Comment on this to discuss slope. Ask any questions you have. Explain things to your friends. Make a cool observation.
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DeVon Jackson
9/7/2013 01:01:09
Good Review
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Taiji Smithers (11am)
9/7/2013 03:48:16
How do you do the problems that says, find the slope, but with an equation
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John Herbst
9/7/2013 19:13:03
If the equation is written as y=m*x+b, the m part of the equation is the slope and the b part of the equation is the y-intercept.
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chris bolling
9/7/2013 05:18:57
a few problems on the homework i didnt understand
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John Herbst
9/7/2013 19:16:57
Hey,Chris. If you want to ask some more specific questions, I'm sure someone would be happy to help you. Also consider checking out the videos I recently posted.
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Kamau Bey
9/9/2013 23:52:33
on the homework, for numbers 5 through 8 do we have to do graphs?
Taiji Smithers (11am)
9/8/2013 08:12:22
How do you want do it when they say write slope-intercept form of the equation
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Kofi 10:00
9/8/2013 14:02:19
Also a couple problems on the homework I needed some review on.
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india (11am)
9/8/2013 21:01:02
Hey John,
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John Herbst
9/9/2013 20:15:54
It won't be extra credit, but it will be counted as a normal homework/classwork credit. It'll be a lot easier for me if I can get my class rosters basically settled before I enter it though. People are still moving around a lot. Soon though, I promise!
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Jakob Vose
9/8/2013 23:51:14
what it do john
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Douquona (10am)
9/9/2013 00:13:43
Hey John,
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anglea
9/9/2013 23:00:33
homework due tomorrow correct
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John Herbst
9/9/2013 23:13:09
Yes, the midpoint and distance hw is due tomorrow. It says so at the top of the homework, and you can also check the "Is there Homework?" section of the website to see if it's updated with that day's homework.
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bradley
9/10/2013 03:18:23
Hey john, how am i suppose to find the slope of lines that are parrallel to each other? also how do i find the slope of two lines that are perpendicular?
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John Herbst
9/10/2013 20:54:15
Parallel lines have the same slope.
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