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Unformatted text preview: If m > 0, the line rises from left to right; the larger m is, the more steeply the line rises. If m = 0, the line is horizontal. If m < 0, the line falls from left to right; the larger is, the more steeply the line falls. m The connection between the explicit form of an arithmetic sequence, and the slopeintercept form of a line, y = mx + b , is as follows. The slope of the line corresponds to the common difference of the sequence, m = d . The yintercept represents the value of the first term of the sequence minus the difference, 1 ( 1) n u u n d = +1 b u d =Joke Time Joke Time What is a reptiles favorite movie? The Lizard of Oz What do you get when you cross an elephant and Darth Vader? An elevader...
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