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Resource: 3 of the text Complete the following exercises from Ch. 3 of the text: Section 3. Exercises 8, 18, and 70 Section 3. Exercises 8, 10, 42,...

Complete each ordered pair so that it satisfies the given
Equation

8) y = 2x + 5: (8, ), (-1, ), ( , -1)

18) y = -x + 4
X Y
-2
0
2
0
-2

70.) x - 2y = 6

Section 3.2: Exercise 8, 10, 42, and 52
Graph the line with the given point and slope

42) The line through (-2, 5) with slope -1

52) Draw l1 through (-4, 0) and (0, 6). What is the slope of any
line parallel to l1? Draw l2 through the origin and parallel to l1.

Section 3.3: Exercise 8, 10, 32, 66, 72
Find the slope and y-intercept for each line that has a slope
and y-intercept.
32) x + 2y = 3

66) y + 4x = 8

72) y = x + 7
Y = -x + 2

Section 3.4: Exercise 10, 24, 56, 62
Write each equation in slope-intercept form.

10) y + 3 = -3(x - 6)
Find the equation of the line that goes through the given point
and has the given slope. Write the answer in slope-intercept
6) form.
24) (-1, -5), -8

56) The line is parallel to -3x + 2y = 9 and contains the point
(-2, 1).
Find the equation of each line in the form y = mx + b if
possible.

62) The line through (3, 2) with undefined slope

Section 3.5: Exercise 6, 8, 18, 26
Write a formula that expresses the relationship described by
each statement. Use k for the constant in each case.

6) m varies directly as p.

8) u varies inversely as n.
Find the variation constant, and write a formula that expresses
the indicated variation.
Solve each variation problem.

26) n varies directly as q, and n = 39 when q = 3. Find n when q = 8.



Resource: Ch. 3 of the text Complete the following exercises from Ch. 3 of the text: Section 3.1: Exercises 8, 18, and 70 Section 3.2: Exercises 8, 10, 42, and 52 Section 3.3: Exercises 8, 10, 32, 66, and 72 Section 3.4: Exercises 10, 24, 56, and 62 Section 3.5: Exercises 6, 8, 18, and 26 Complete each ordered pair so that it satisfies the given Equation 8) y = 2 x + 5: (8, ), (-1, ), ( , -1) 18 ) y = -x + 4 X Y -2 0 2 0 -2 70.) x - 2 y = 6 Section 3.2: Exercise 8, 10, 42, and 52 Graph the line with the given point and slope 42) The line through (-2, 5) with slope -1 52) Draw l 1 through (-4, 0) and (0, 6). What is the slope of any line parallel to l 1? Draw l 2 through the origin and parallel to l 1. Section 3.3: Exercise 8, 10, 32, 66, 72 Find the slope and y-intercept for each line that has a slope and y-intercept. 32) x + 2 y = 3 66) y + 4 x = 8 72) y = x + 7 Y = -x + 2 Section 3.4: Exercise 10, 24, 56, 62 Write each equation in slope-intercept form. 10) y + 3 = -3( x - 6) Find the equation of the line that goes through the given point and has the given slope. Write the answer in slope-intercept 6) form.
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24) (-1, -5), -8 56) The line is parallel to -3 x + 2 y = 9 and contains the point (-2, 1). Find the equation of each line in the form y = mx + b if possible. 62) The line through (3, 2) with undefined slope Section 3.5: Exercise 6, 8, 18, 26 Write a formula that expresses the relationship described by each statement. Use k for the constant in each case. 6) m varies directly as p . 8) u varies inversely as n . Find the variation constant, and write a formula that expresses the indicated variation. Solve each variation problem. 26) n varies directly as q , and n = 39 when q = 3. Find n when q = 8.
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