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Unformatted text preview: 1. 92% x 100% 2. The plot of (3.5, 5.5) looks like this: 3. Point A is (3, 1) The others, just in case they are needed too: Point B is (6, 1) Point C is (3, 4) Point D is (2, 3) Point E is (2, 4) Point F is (7, 3) Point G is (1.5, 1) 4. Plot the intercepts (15, 0) and (0, 5) and connect with a line. The graph looks like this: 5. The slope is undefined. 6. The variation is k = r/s. (This is the only answer I can think of that does not require substituting in values. That particular instruction is a little unusual.) The value of r when s = 5 and k = 14 is 70. 7. 256 8. 40 9. 0.933 10. Graph A 11. { x  x > 5 } 4. Plot the intercepts (15, 0) and (0, 5) and connect with a line. The graph looks like this: 5. The slope is undefined. 6. The variation is k = r/s. (This is the only answer I can think of that does not require substituting in values. That particular instruction is a little unusual.) The value of r when s = 5 and k = 14 is 70....
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