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tehmatriks

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## Homework Statement

i just want to know how i go about it when the slope contains a whole number and a fraction, i.e. 1¼

## Homework Equations

y - y

_{1}= m(x - x

_{1})

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tehmatriks

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i just want to know how i go about it when the slope contains a whole number and a fraction, i.e. 1¼

y - y

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eumyang

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For instance,

[tex]2\frac{1}{3} = \frac{7}{3}[/tex]

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tehmatriks

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so i got it, much appreciated

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Dembadon

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so i got it, much appreciated

Another way to think of it:

"Two

Think of a fraction with a denominator of 3 that is also equal to 2.

[tex]\frac{6}{3}+\frac{1}{3}=\frac{7}{3}[/tex]

This is probably a bit more work than what's necessary, but I find it much more interesting.

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