Ch 6A Linear Equations
 Knowing that the slope is "rise over run," find the slope for the line going through the given ordered pairs.m = ( 4, -1 ), ( 7, 4) Knowing that the slope is "rise over run," find the slope for the line going through the given ordered pairs.m = ( -2, 3 ), ( 1, 1 ) Knowing that the slope is "rise over run," find the slope for the line going through the given ordered pairs.m = ( 5, 0 ), ( 1, 2 ) Knowing that the slope is "rise over run," find the slope for the line going through the given ordered pairs.m = ( -3, -5 ), ( 0, -1 ) Knowing that the slope is "rise over run," find the slope for the line going through the given ordered pairs.m = ( 2, -2 ), ( 3, -5 ) Knowing that the slope is "rise over run," find the slope for the line going through the given ordered pairs.m = ( 4, 3 ), ( 6, 3 ) Knowing that the slope is "rise over run," find the slope for the line going through the given ordered pairs.m = ( -5, 2 ), ( -5, 9 ) Knowing that the slope is "rise over run," find the slope for the line going through the given ordered pairs.m = ( 3, -1 ), ( 1, -5 ) Is the linear equation "direct variation"?y = ⅔x + 3   no  yes Is the linear equation "direct variation"?y = -5x   no  yes Is the linear equation "direct variation"?y = 3x - 8   no  yes Is the linear equation "direct variation"?y = ⅛x   no  yes Find the "constant of variation" for the following Direct Variation equation, through the given point.( 6, -3 )k =  Find the "constant of variation" for the following Direct Variation equation, through the given point.( -3, -9 )k =  Find the "constant of variation" for the following Direct Variation equation, through the given point.( 12, 9 )k =  Find the "constant of variation" for the following Direct Variation equation, through the given point.( -14, -21 )k =  Knowing that slope is "rise over run," what are the directions given by the following slope?m = ⅝ 5 up, 8 right 5 up, 8 over 5 up, 8 left Knowing that slope is "rise over run," what are the directions given by the following slope?m = -¾ 3 up, 4 right 3 down, 4 left 3 down, 4 right Knowing that slope is "rise over run," what are the directions given by the following slope?m = ⅔ 3 up, 2 left 2 up, 3 over 2 up, 3 right Knowing that slope is "rise over run," what are the directions given by the following slope?m = -2 2 left 2 down, 1 right 2 up, 1 right Identify the slope of the following Linear Equation.y = ⅜x + 2m =  Identify the slope of the following Linear Equation.y = -3x - 4m =  Identify the slope of the following Linear Equation.y = 5 - ½xm =  Identify the slope of the following Linear Equation.y = ⅞xm =  Identify the slope of the following Linear Equation.y = 5x + 9m =  Identify the slope of the following Linear Equation.2x + y = 4m =  Identify the y-intercept of the following Linear Equation.y = ⅜x + 2b =  Identify the y-intercept of the following Linear Equation.y = ⅓x - 5b =  Identify the y-intercept of the following Linear Equation.y = 6x + 17b =  Identify the y-intercept of the following Linear Equation.y = ⅝xb =  Identify the y-intercept of the following Linear Equation.y = 6 + ¼xb =  Identify the y-intercept of the following Linear Equation.2x + 3y = 6b =  Identify the slope and the y-intercept.y = -3x + 7m = b =  Identify the slope and the y-intercept.y = -4x - 9m = b =  Identify the slope and the y-intercept.x + y = 3m = b =  Identify the slope and the y-intercept.8x - 4y = -12m = b =  Identify the x & y intercepts.2x + 3y = 12x = y =  Identify the x & y intercepts.4x - 6y = 36x = y =  Identify the x & y intercepts.4x + y = -6y = x =  Identify the x & y intercepts.x - 6y = -12x = y =
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