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# IA4.4-5.1 - a x 4 =-b y 2 = c.2x 3y 9 = 6 Given the slope...

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Math 35 Name:____________________ Date:_____________________ Section 4.2-4.4 Score:___________________/12 InClass Activity 1. Given two point (2,4) and (-4,-5). Find the slope of the line passing through the given points. 2. Write the equation of the line given the following two graphs and find the slope. a. Slope: b. Slope: Equation of the line: Equation of the line: 3. Determine whether the graphs of the equations are parallel, perpendicular or neither. 2 y x 3 3 3y 2x 12 = - + + = - 4. Determine whether the graphs of the equations are parallel, perpendicular or neither. A. 2 y x 3 3 3y 2x 12 = - + + = - 3. Find the average rate of change of the following graph. 4. Determine whether the graphs of the equations are parallel, perpendicular or neither. A. 2 y x 3 3 3y 2x 12 = - + + = - b. 3 y x 15 5 3y 5x 12 = + + = -

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Math 35 Name:____________________ Date:_____________________ Section 4.2-4.4 Score:___________________/12 5. Graph each of the following linear equations:
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Unformatted text preview: a. x 4 = -b. y 2 = c.2x 3y 9 + = 6. Given the slope of a line, 2 m 5 = -, and a point on the line, (10,3), find the y-intercept, b, and write the equation of the line. Slope: Solve for b: The equation of the line is……. 7. Given that (2,4) and (-4,-5) are two points on a line. Find the equation of the line. Slope: Solve for b: The equation of the line is……. Math 35 Name:____________________ Date:_____________________ Section 4.2-4.4 Score:___________________/12 8. Find the equation of the line that is perpendicular to x 4y 12-= and passes through the point (-2, -1). Slope: Solve for b: The equation of the line is……. 9. Graph each of the following. a. 2 3 9 x y-> -b. 2 ≥ c. 3 3-≥ and 3 < d. 4 2-≥ e. 5 2 10 + = f. 3 4 2 = --...
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