2nd try Slope, intercepts, and parallel lines

1a. Is the ordered pair a solution of the line 2x+5y=20? yes no (-5,6) 1b. Is the ordered pair a solution of the line 2x+5y=20? yes no (4,0) 1c. Is the ordered pair a solution of the line 2x+5y=20? yes no (2,3) 1d. Is the ordered pair a solution of the line 2x+5y=20? yes no (5,18) 1e. Is the ordered pair a solution of the line 2x+5y=20? yes no (-2,18) 1f. Is the ordered pair a solution of the line 2x+5y=20? yes no (10,0) 2a. positive negative zero undefined 2b. positive negative zero undefined 2c. positive negative zero undefined 2d. positive negative zero undefined 2e. positive negative zero undefined 2f. positive negative zero undefined 2g. positive negative zero undefined 2h. positive negative zero undefined 2k. positive negative zero undefined 2m. positive negative zero undefined 2p. positive negative zero undefined 2r. positive negative zero undefined 3a. Algebraically, find the x and y-intercepts for theequation 6x-2y=12. List these points as ordered pairs. ( , ) x-intercept y-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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