Study guides

☆☆

Q: What change in the x coordinates of any two points on a line in the xy plane is the?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

run

RUN!

True

Yes, when they are the coordinates of a straight line equation.

It is the fact that their coordinates are not the same.

-4x + 9y = 0 is the equation of a line in the Cartesian plane and the coordinates of any of the infinite number of points on that line will satisfy the equation.

They are the x and y coordinates that are plotted on the Cartesian plane.

It is the straight line equation that can be used to locate coordinates of x and y on the Cartesian plane

A series of 3 points will always determine a plane unless 2 or all 3 points are identical points (they have the same coordinates).If the idea is to have the three points determine oneplane, a unique plane, then three points will do that as long as none of them have the same spacial coordinates (have identical locations) or as long as the three points do not lie on a single line

A series of 3 points will always determine a plane unless 2 or all 3 points are identical points (they have the same coordinates).If the idea is to have the three points determine oneplane, a unique plane, then three points will do that as long as none of them have the same spacial coordinates (have identical locations) or as long as the three points do not lie on a single line.If a straight line can be drawn through all three points, they will not form one unique plane either.

A line has one dimension. You can figure out how many dimensions a shape has by asking yourself how many coordinates you need to find a point within that shape. The points on a line can be described by just one number each, so it has one dimension. The points on a plane need two numbers to describe them (x and y coordinates), so a plane has two dimensions.

Run is the two x coordinates when finding the slope (change) of a line. They go on the bottom (rise over run)

People also asked