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1. Hi guys,just wanted to know how to work this out. Any help?
I did GCSE Maths a couple years back,and I've completely forgotten everything! At uni now.

2. y=mx+c
m is the gradient of the line and c is where it crosses the y axis
to find the gradient you draw a line one square long from where it hits the y axis and count how many squares the line you need to work out is from the end of the line you just drew. thats the m part. sorry if i didnt expain that very well!
3. (Original post by Lax05)
Hi guys,just wanted to know how to work this out. Any help?
I did GCSE Maths a couple years back,and I've completely forgotten everything! At uni now.

Find the gradient by choosing any 2 obvious points (for example, for line a you could take (0,0) and (1,4)) then use

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