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Homework questions math 1.Calculate the slope of the line that passes through the (2,1) and (3,4). Indicate it whether the line rises, falls, is...

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Homework questions math 1.Calculate the slope of the line that passes through the (2,1) and (3,4). Indicate it whether the line rises, falls, is vertical or is horizontal. 2. For the giving conditions write an equation for the line in point slope and slope intercept form Slope = 4,line passes through (1,3) 3. For the giving conditions write an equation for the line in point slope and slope intercept form Slope = 8 ,line passes through (4,-1) 4. Use intercepts to graph the equations: 2x +3y + 6=0 5. For the giving conditions write an equation for the line in point slope and slope intercept form Passing through (-2,-7) and perpendicular to the line whose equation is : y= -5x + 4 6. For the giving conditions write an equation for the line in point slope and slope intercept form Passing through (-4,2) and perpendicular to the line whose equation is : y=1/3x+7 7. What is the distance between the pair of points (5,1) and (8,5)? 8. What is the midpoint of the line segment with the endpoints: (10,4) and (2,6)? 9.Write the standard form of the equation of a circle giving the following information: Center = (2,1), r =4 10. Graph the circle using the information from the equation : 2 2 (x-2) + (y-3) = 16
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