presenter states multiple times:
“since we are dividing by a positive the inequality does not change”
When looking at the example in the slideshow,
Solving a System by Graphing,
located in Chapter 7, the presenter
states that the first step to graphing a system is
Write the equations in slope-intercept form

In exercise 63 from Chapter 8,
Graphing the Solution Set: Intersection of Sets
, the intersection of two intervals is
_________.
Where they overlap on a number line
When looking at the example in the slideshow,
Graphing the Solution Set,
in the media section of Chapter 8, the
presenter states that the solution to the connective “and” is the intersection of two sets because it consists of all of
the real numbers which satisfy both inequalities.
True
In the slideshow,
Absolute Value Equations
located in Chapter 8
,
the first step in solving an absolute value equation is ___________.
Rewrite the equation without the absolute value
When looking at the example in the slideshow,
Graphing the Solution Set,
in the media section of
Chapter 8, the presenter states that the solution to the connective “and” is the intersection of two sets
because it consists of all of the real numbers which satisfy both inequalities.
True
When looking at the example in the slideshow,
Solving a System by Graphing,
in the media section of
Chapter 7, the presenter shares that both equations are in:
slope–intercept form
The speaker in Exercise 5 from Chapter 7,
The Addition Method: Matching Coefficients
, states that when
using the addition method, eliminate ________.
One of the variables
When looking at the example in the slideshow,
Graphing the Solution Set,
in the media section of
Chapter 8, the presenter states the connective “and” means that it represents the _________________
of two sets.
Intersection
After viewing the video,
Exercise 21 – Solving by Substitution: Independent,
in the media section of
Chapter 7, the presenter suggests plugging y = 2 into the first equation. If you substituted y into the
second equation your answer will be incorrect.
False