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Class Note for MATH 1310 at UH 2

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Date Created: 02/06/15
Exercise Set 12 Lines Write an equation for each of the following lines State whether the slope of each of the following lines is positive negative zero or undefined PQVSIW LLlAmi Find the slope of the line that passes through the following points If it is undefined state undeflned 0 0 and 3 7 7 8 0 and 3 5 8 10 2 5 and 4 9 10 7 3 and 5 9 7 11 72 3 and 6 12 7176and7510 13 378 and374 8 7 7 and 71 7 7 14 Find the slope of each of the following lines Exercise Set 12 Lines Write each of the following equations in slope intercept form identify the slope and yintercept and then draw its graph 23 24 25 26 27 28 2xy5 3x7y76 x4y0 2x5y10 4x73y90 Write an equation of the line that satisfies the given conditions 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 Slope yintercept 3 Slope 7439 yintercept 5 Slope 39 passes through 6 4 Slope 7 39 passes through 8 3 Slope 7 39 passes through 3 2 Slope passes through 4 2 Passes through 5 2 and 4 6 Passes through 2 11 and 3 l Passes through 4 5 and l 2 Passes through 7 0 and 3 5 xintercept 739 yintercept 5 xintercept 239 yintercept 6 Slope 7 xintercept 4 Slope xintercept 6 Passes through 1 4 parallel to the xaxis Passes through 1 4 parallel to the yaxis Passes through 2 639 parallel to the line x 4 Passes through 2 639 parallel to the line y 4 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 Passes through 5 739 parallel to the line y 75x 3 Passes through 5 739 perpendicular to the line y 75x 3 Passes through 2 3 parallel to the line 5x 7 2y 6 Passes through 1 539 parallel to the line 4x 3y 8 Passes through 2 3 perpendicular to the line 5x 7 2y 6 Passes through 1 539 perpendicular to the line 4x 3y 8 Passes through 4 639 parallel to the line containing 3 5 and 2 l Perpendicular to the line containing 4 2 and 10 4 passes through the midpoint of the line segment connecting these points Answer the following 55 56 57 58 Sketch the line with slope that passes through the point 3 4 and then find its equation Determine Whether or not the following points are collinear by using the slope formula a A 3 4 B3 8 C6 10 b D2 5 E0 3 F3 1 Use slopes to show that the following vertices represent the vertices of a parallelogram A 3 4 B0 8 C5 2 D2 2 Use slopes to show that the following vertices represent the vertices of a rectangle A 2 3 B1 4 C6 7 D9 0 Answer the following assuming that each situation can be modeled by a linear equation 59 60 If a company can make 21 computers for 23000 and can make 40 computers for 38200 write an equation that represents the cost ofx computers A certain electrician charges a 40 traveling fee and then charges 55 per hour of labor Write an equation that represents the cost of a job that takes x hours

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