parallel, perp, neither

- 1. Given the following lines are they parallel, perpendicular or neither? y = 2x - 5; y = 1/2 x + 4
A) Perpendicular B) Parallel C) Neither - 2. Given the following lines are they parallel, perpendicular or neither?
y =2/3x + 5; y =2/3x-7
A) Perpendicular B) Parallel C) Neither - 3. Given the following lines are they parallel, perpendicular or neither?
y =7/3x+ 7 y = -3/7x+3
A) Perpendicular B) Neither C) Parallel - 4. Determine the slope and the point the line passes through:
y+13=4/3(x-8)
A) m=4/3 B) (8, -13) C) (-8, 13) D) m=-3/4 E) (-13, 8) - 5. Given the following lines are they parallel, perpendicular or neither? y =-x+7; y =x -4
A) Parallel B) Perpendicular C) Neither - 6. Determine the slope and y intercept of the following line:
y=-4x+6
A) m=4 B) m=6 C) m=-4 D) y-intercept: (0,-4) E) y-intercept: (0,6) - 7. Given the following lines are they parallel, perpendicular or neither? 2x - 3y = 9; 4x - 6y = 11
A) Parallel B) Perpendicular C) Neither - 8. Determine the slope and the point the line passes through:
y-3=1/2(x-6)
A) (6,3) B) (-6,-3) C) m=2 D) (3, 6) E) m=1/2 - 9. Determine the slope (m) and y-intercept (b) of this line:
y=1/5x+12
A) b=-12 B) m=1/5 C) b=12 D) m=-1/5 E) m=5 - 10. Given the following lines are they parallel, perpendicular or neither? y = 3x + 4; y = -3x + 2
A) Neither B) Perpendicular C) Parallel - 11. Find the x-intercept of 3x + 4y = -24
A) (-3,0) B) (3,0) C) (-6,0) D) (-8,0) - 12. Find the y-intercept of 2x - 7y = 28
A) (0,-4) B) (-4,0) C) (0,4) D) (0,28) - 13. Write a slope intercept equation to represent this scenario:
Larry wants to buy a car for his 16th birthday, so he got a job earning $7.50 per hour. He plans to save all of his earnings. He already has $250 in his savings account.
A) y=250x+7.50 B) y=7.50x-16 C) y=-7.50x+250 D) y=7.50x+250 E) y=16x+250 - 14. Find the y-intercept of y = 2x - 3
A) (0,-3) B) (0,2) C) (-3,0) D) (0,0) - 15. Write a slope-intercept equation to represent this scenario:
Austin Police Department speeding tickets are expensive. Mr. Wright got pulled over while speeding to work last week. The fine for speeding is $97 plus $8.40 for each mile per hour over the limit you are driving.
A) y=97x+8.40 B) y=97+8.40x C) y=-8.40x+97 D) y=8.40x-97 |

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