The equation of the line passing through the points (-6,5) and (-3,-3) will be y = -(8/3)x - 11.
Let the equation of the line pass through (x₁, y₁) and (x₂, y₂).
Then the equation of the line is given as,
The points are given below.
(-6,5) and (-3,-3)
Then the equation of the line passing through the points (-6,5) and (-3,-3) will be
Simplify the equation, then the equation of the line will be
y + 3 = -(8/3)(x + 3)
y = -(8/3)x - 8 - 3
y = -(8/3)x - 11
Then the equation of the line passing through the points (-6,5) and (-3,-3) will be y = -(8/3)x - 11.
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The matrix equation would be
and the resulting matrix is
We first start with what is called the coefficient matrix; it contains the coefficients of the variables in the system of equations.
The coefficients of the first equation are 1, 1 and 1; this will be the first row of the matrix.
The coefficients of the second equation are 7, 15 and 22; this will be the second row of the matrix.
The coefficients of the third equation are 1, 0 and -1 (0 because there is no variable m in the equation); this will be the third row of the matrix, and gives us the coefficient matrix
The next matrix in the equation will be the variable matrix. It will contain the variables for the equation; for ours, it is s, m and l:
The last matrix in our equation will be the constant matrix, which has the values after the equals in each equation:
This gives us the equation:
To solve this, we find the inverse of the coefficient matrix and multiply it by the constant matrix:
Using a graphing calculator to perform this, we get the result
This means the small contains 6 packages; medium contains 4; and large contains 3.
Should be the first one with elcholen reducing form shown, and sides going 6, 4, 3. Showing packages and them being multiplied by its value of each box to eqaul 168. 6 = s 4 = m 3 = L
Answer: its A,B AND C
Answer: A, B, and C.
Step-by-step explanation: I got the answer correct, hope this helps!
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