Helping students gain understanding and self-confidence in algebra.
Motherof8 wrote:The problem states: Lines y = 3 + 2/3x, y =-1/3x, and y = -4/3x +3 intersect to form a triangle. Find the verticies. I solved for x by substituting x for y, then I solved for y and started to plot the lines on a graph. I get a constant value for x, and different values for y, which doesn't form a triangle. Did I do the wrong thing?