Question 4
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Question :
While determining the slope of the perpendicular line in the
example provided in video Example 75,
Writing equations for a
line, w
hich is located in the media section of Chapter 3, the
presenter indicates that the slope of the line perpendicular to the
one given is:
Student Answer:
–3
3
–1/3
1/3
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Question 5
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Question :
In the problem presented in the Video, Example 2,
Write the
equation in slope intercept form from the graph,
which is located
in the media section of Chapter 3, indicates that the denominator
of the fraction used to find slope is a negative number.
Student
Answer
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1.
Question :
The presenter of video, Example 54,
Using the slope intercept
form for graphing,
which is located in the media section of
Chapter 3, indicates that the perfect form of the equation for
graphing using slope and intercept:

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Question 2
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Question :
The presenter of the video, Example 30,
Ordered pairs,
which is
located in the media section of Chapter 3, indicates that the x
value substituted in the x position for the second ordered pair is
____ and the corresponding y value is _____
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Question 3
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Question :
The inequality presented in the slideshow,
Linear inequalities,
which is located in the media section of Chapter 23, contains
which inequality symbol?
Student Answer:
greater than or equal to
less than or equal to
less than
greater than
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Question 4
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Question :
In the example that is presented in the video, Example
40,
Standard form,
which is located in the media section of
Chapter 3, the presenter draws your attention to the fact that in
standard form we must clear the fractions by multiplying by the
LCD of 3.
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Question 5
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Question :
The presenter of example 48,
Graphing the linear equation y =
mx + b,
which is located in the media section of Chapter 3, that in
general when choosing x values it is recommended you choose: