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# Assignment15 - NAME UFID Suggested Exercises 15 – Page 1...

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Unformatted text preview: NAME: _____________________________ UFID - ___ ___ ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___ Suggested Exercises 15 – Page 1 of 11 Suggested Exercises 15 – Lecture 17 When turning in this assignment, this sheet must be stapled to the front with all ORGANIZED scratch work behind it. Please write your final answers on this sheet in the answer block provided and circle your final answers on your scratch work copy. Scratch work should be appropriately spaced apart and numbered. • In the following exercises you will be given a line passing through the origin, g , in a Cartesian Plane. The axes do not have any tick marks on them. Two points G ¡ and G ¢ will be located on this line. Your job is to… 1) Draw vertical lines through the two points and the x-axis. 2) Identify the vertical distance between the points and the x-axis in Inches , then 3) Identify the horizontal distance between the points and the y-axis in Inches and 4) Label the two points with coordinates in Inches Finally, 5) Calculate the slope of the line from g to G ¡ , from g to G ¢ , and from G ¡ to G ¢ . 6) Mark a tick mark 1 inch from Origin on the x-axis. 7) Draw a vertical line from this tick mark to the line. 8) What is the length of this vertical line? [What should it be?] • Example: G ¡ :£1.25 inch , 1.25 inch ¤ G ¢ : (2 inch , 2 inch ) To get x-coordinates, measure from O to the Gray Lines you drew. To get y-coordinates, Measure the gray lines from the x-axis to the Points. Slope from g to G ¡ : 1.25 − 0 1.25 − 0 = 1.25 1.25 = 1 Slope from g to G ¢ : 2 − 0 2 − 0 = 2 2 = 1 Slope from G ¡ to G ¢ : 2 − 1.25 2 − 1.25 =. 75 . 75 = 1 Length of Third Vertical Line: 1 inch (It should be this since slope of 1 is the fraction ¡ ¡ so a 1 inch run to the right should produce a 1 inch rise up. NAME: _____________________________ UFID - ___ ___ ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___ Suggested Exercises 15 – Page 2 of 11 1. g G : (___________,___________ ) g ¡ : (___________,___________ ) Slope from ¢ to g G : _____________________ Slope from ¢ to g ¡ : _____________________ Slope from g G to g ¡ : _____________________ Length of Third Vertical Line: _______________ 2. g G : (___________,___________ ) g ¡ : (___________,___________ ) Slope from ¢ to g G : _____________________ Slope from ¢ to g ¡ : _____________________ Slope from g G to g ¡ : _____________________ Length of Third Vertical Line: _______________ NAME: _____________________________...
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