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# In the x-y coordinate plane, (the slope of line k)(the y-intercept of

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In the x-y coordinate plane, (the slope of line k)(the y-intercept of line k) > 0. Which of the following MUST be true?
Select all that apply.

A) Line k has a negative x-intercept
B) (slope of line k) - (x-intercept of line k) > 0
C) |slope of line x| > 0

Ans A and C

Can someone kindly explain why B is not one of the answers
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24 Oct 2018, 20:31
Arun1994 wrote:
In the x-y coordinate plane, (the slope of line k)(the y-intercept of line k) > 0. Which of the following MUST be true?
Select all that apply.

A) Line k has a negative x-intercept
B) (slope of line k) - (x-intercept of line k) > 0
C) |slope of line x| > 0

Ans A and C

Can someone kindly explain why B is not one of the answers

Hi Arun
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