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numeric to algebraic form of linear functions
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bdurham
Posted 10/3/2008 9:10 AM (#2173)
Subject: numeric to algebraic form of linear functions
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I have written some Javascript to my website (http://www.mathisgreat.com/) that gives the reader a table of five x-y pairs and asks for the algebraic form of the function in the form y=mx+b. The problem appears at the bottom of the page under the text "math quiz." If anyone wants to copy (and alter, if you desire) the code, my permission is granted.
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