Section 2.3 LinearEquations-Forms

The slope describes the rest of the graph indicating

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Unformatted text preview: s the rest of the graph, indicating how much the graph rises or falls for each horizontal unit. Example Put the line 3x + 7y = 2 into slope-intercept form, then graph. Indicate the slope and y -intercept. Put the line 2x − 8y = 6 into slope-intercept form, then graph. Indicate the slope and y -intercept. Outline Three Forms of a Linear Equation Graphing Linear Equations The Point-Slope Form of a Line Applications Examples Example Determine whether the lines 4y − 5x = 8 and 5y + 4x = −15 are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. Determine whethe...
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