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Tables and Relations Review. Answer Now. 1) Which is a solution to 2x + y = 6?. (2, 1) (3, 2) (1, 5) (-1, 8). Answer Now. 2) Which ordered pair is NOT a solution to the graph shown?. (0, -1) (3, 5) (-2, -5) (3, 4). Answer Now. 3) Solve the following equation for y: 3x + y = 7.

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### Tables and RelationsReview

1) Which is a solution to2x + y = 6?

• (2, 1)

• (3, 2)

• (1, 5)

• (-1, 8)

2) Which ordered pair is NOT a solution to the graph shown?

• (0, -1)

• (3, 5)

• (-2, -5)

• (3, 4)

3) Solve the following equation for y:3x + y = 7

• y = 7 + 3x

• y = -3x + 7

• y = 3x - 7

• y = -3x - 7

4) Solve the following equation for y:-4x - 2y = 6

• y = -2x + 3

• y = -2x - 3

• y = 2x + 3

• -2y = 4x + 6

5) Which is the graph of y = x - 3?

Test using the slope slider!

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Let’s review tables!Graph y = 2x + 1 using the domain {0, 1, 4}

• Make sure the equation is solved for y.

• Create a t-table using the domain values.

• Plug in the domain values and solve for the range.

• Plot the points and connect them to create the line.

Let’s review the graphing calculator!Graph y = 2x + 1

• Select TABLE from the Main Menu

• Make sure the equation is solved for y. Type in the right side of the equation.

• Select TABL (F6) from the options

• Type the domain values and press EXE

• Select G-CON from the options. This plots the points and connects them to form the line.