Sec 8.3-Focus - Section 8.3 Focus Exercises 1. Given the...

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Understanding the Slope of a Line page 8.3 - 21 - 6 x + x y+ A B C Section 8.3 Focus Exercises 1. Given the point and a slope of a line, find (and label) two other points on the line and draw it. (Use each graph for two lines.) Also , Where do the two lines cross each other? a) A (0, - 4) and slope m = 1 4 c) C (3, - 5) and slope m = - 2 b) B (2, 0) and slope m = - 3 2 d) D (- 6, - 1) and slope m = 1 3 x+ x y – x y – The lines cross at ( , ) The lines cross at ( , ) 2. Identify the x-intercept, the y-intercept and the slope of each line. Simplify the slope, if possible. Line A: y-intercept ( , ) x-intercept ( , ) slope, m = b) Line B: y-intercept ( , ) x-intercept ( , ) slope, m = Line C: y-intercept ( , ) x-intercept ( , ) slope, m =
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Understanding the Slope of a Line page 8.3 - 22 x+ x y – y+ 3. Given the x-intercept and y-intercept of a line, plot the points, draw the line and find the slope. Simplify the slope, if possible. a) x-intercept: (4, 0) b) x-intercept: (2, 0) y-intercept: (0, - 5) y-intercept: (0, 6) slope m = slope m = c) x-intercept:
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