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1 of 1
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Week3 quiz
1.
Question :
The presenter of example 5,
Positive slope,
which is located in the
media section of Chapter 3, states that when finding the slope of the
line we move from ____ to ____ for consistency
Student Answer:
right to left
left to right
up to down
down to up

Points Received:
1 of 1
Comments:
Question 2.Question :
The presenter in the slide show presentation titled Slope which is
located in the media section of Chapter 3, indicates the slope is
negative because

the run is a negative value
neither the rise or the run are negative
Points Received:
1 of 1
Comments:
Question 3.Question :
On the graph of the inequality presented in the video, Example 32,
Graphing a linear inequality: Greater than or equal to,
which is
located in the media section of Chapter 3, the presenter mentions
the equation is given in ______ form and needs to be transformed
to _______

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1 of 1
Comments:
Question 4.Question :
When choosing four points to plot in the slideshow “
Graphing a
Linear Equation”
the presenter indicates there are only a finite
number of ordered pairs that satisfy the equation y + 3x = 2.
Student
Answer:

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0 of 1
Comments:
Question 5.Question :
In the slideshow,
Using slope
–
intercept form for graphing,
located
in the media section of Chapter 3, the first step the presenter takes
to solve the equation in the form y = mx + b is to divide by –4
Student
Answer:
True
False

Points Received:
1 of 1

Comments:
Week4
1.
Question :
In Example 21,
The FOIL Method: Both Binomials Have Leading
Coefficient Not Equal to 1,
the presenter does which of these steps
is last?
5m

Points Received:
1 of 1
Comments:
Question 2.Question :
The video Example 15,
Dividing Monomials,
located in the media
section of Chapter 4, the presenter shows us that ____________
is/are used to simply the expression.

Points Received:
1 of 1
Comments:
Question 3.Question :
In the slideshow,
The Square of a Sum or Difference,
located in the
media section of Chapter 4, the presenter states that, “To square a
sum, we square the first term, __________ the middle term, then
add the square of the last term.”