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What is the vertex?
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What is the axis of symmetry?
2
What is the y-intercept?
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1. The number of rotations of a bicycle wheel varies directly with the number of pedal strokes. Suppose that in
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Chapter 3 Test
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1. Determine if the given ordered pair is a solution of the system of equations. If it is not,
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Honors Algebra II ~ Chapter 2 Review Test
1. The number of rotations of a bicycle wheel varies directly with the number of pedal strokes. Suppose that in
the lowest gear 6 pedal strokes move the cyclist 357 inches. In the same gear, how many pedal strokes