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ByChapter 8.1. Classwork. 1. Solve by graphing. y = mx + b. 4x + y = - 14. 6 x + 2y = - 18. -4x -4x. -6x -6x. 2y = -6x – 18. y = -4x – 14. 2. 2. 2. y = -3x – 9. m = - 3 , b = - 9. m = - 4, b = - 14. 1. Solve by graphing. intersect.

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ByStandard 20 The Quadratic Formula. Example with numbers put in. Example One. +6. Instructions: using the quadratic formula. 2x3=6. +6. a=3. b=6. c=2. Classwork One. Example Two. Instructions: Can you solve this quadratic. Square roots of negatives don’t exist.

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