2nd try Slope, intercepts, and parallel lines
 1a. Is the ordered pair a solution of the line 2x+5y=20?yesno(-5,6) 1b. Is the ordered pair a solution of the line 2x+5y=20?yesno(4,0) 1c. Is the ordered pair a solution of the line 2x+5y=20?yesno(2,3) 1d. Is the ordered pair a solution of the line 2x+5y=20?yesno(5,18) 1e. Is the ordered pair a solution of the line 2x+5y=20?yesno(-2,18) 1f. Is the ordered pair a solution of the line 2x+5y=20?yesno(10,0) 2a.positivenegativezeroundefined 2b.positivenegativezeroundefined 2c.positivenegativezeroundefined 2d.positivenegativezeroundefined 2e.positivenegativezeroundefined 2f.positivenegativezeroundefined 2g.positivenegativezeroundefined 2h.positivenegativezeroundefined 2k.positivenegativezeroundefined 2m.positivenegativezeroundefined 2p.positivenegativezeroundefined 2r.positivenegativezeroundefined 3a. Algebraically, find the x and y-intercepts for theequation  6x-2y=12. List these points as ordered pairs. (   ,  )x-intercepty-intercept(   ,   ) 3b. Find one extra point that falls on the line 6x-2y=12 (   ,   ) 3b. other points that would also work are 1, -3-2,-123,3if you think you have a point that would workbut isnt listed please see me. 3c.  Use your paper to graph these three points and draw your line. Describe below a different method of checking your line to know that you are correct.  3d. Find the equation of the line that is perpindicular to 6x-2y=12 and goes through the point (3,1)
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