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# In the rectangular coordinate system shown above, does line

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16 Apr 2008, 03:27
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In the rectangular coordinate system shown above, does line K intersect
(1) The slope of the line is -1/6.
(2) The y-intercept of K is -6.
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16 Apr 2008, 04:37
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1) just draw or imagine the line y=-1/6x, the rest with same slope are parallel -> they cut q2
2) intercept y at -6, in the case of parallel with x (y=-6) -> not cut, other can cut -> not suff

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16 Apr 2008, 07:18
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y intercept means x=0. so K passes through (0,-6). Without slope we cannot tell in what direction the line is passing.
It may or may not go through Q2.
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