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2.4 More About Linear Equations. p81-85. Ex 1) Write a point-slope form equation for the line through (-5,2) with slope 3/5. Ex 2) A line passes through (3,2) and (5,8). What is a point-slope form equation for the line?. Ex 3) Write the equation in standard

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2 4 more about linear equations

Ex 1) Write a point-slope form

equation for the line through (-5,2)

with slope 3/5


2 4 more about linear equations

Ex 2) A line passes through (3,2) and (5,8). What is a point-slope form equation for the line?


2 4 more about linear equations

Ex 3) Write the equation in standard point-slope form equation for the line?

form with integer coefficients :


2 4 more about linear equations

Ex 5) Graph the line 3x+5y=15 by point-slope form equation for the line?

finding the intercepts.


2 4 more about linear equations

  • Ex 6) The number of point-slope form equation for the line?

  • times a cricket chirps

  • depends on temperature.

  • Graph b) Write an equation.

How many chirps at

70 degrees?


2 4 more about linear equations

Ex 6) Write the slope intercept form point-slope form equation for the line?

equation.

A line parallel to y=6x-2 through (1,-3)

A line perpendicular to y=-4x + (2/3)

through (8,5)