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- 1. Jack and Jill Am I a You Have to I Don’t KnowWent Up the Function? Find Me Who I Am Hill 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500
- 2. The slope is -1/2 Find the slope of this lineText 305019 your teamname and your answer to 37607 Row 1, Col 1
- 3. yes Is this a function?Text 305036 yourteam name and youranswer to 37607 1,2
- 4. x = 16/3 Solve for x: 23 = 3x + 7Text 305050 your team nameand your answer to 37607 1,3
- 5. y = 2/3x - 2 Given that the slope is 2/3 andthe y-intercept is (0, -2), what is the equation of this line?Text 305106 your teamname and your answer to 37607 1,4
- 6. The slope is 1/2 What is the slope of this line Text 305030 yourteam name and your answer to 37606 2,1
- 7. yes Is y = x3 + 5 a function?Text 305037 yourteam name and your 2,2answer to 37607
- 8. x= 1 Solve for x: 8 = 4x2 + 4Text 305051 your teamname and your answer 2,3to 37607
- 9. y = 1/3x + 7/3 Using the point-slope equation, Find the equation of the line Passing through (-1, 2) and (5, 4).Text 305117 yourteam name and youranswer to 37607 2,4
- 10. The slope is 10/3. Find the slope of the line that connects these two points (1,3) and (-2, -7) Text 305004 yourteam name and your 3,1 answer to 37607
- 11. No Is y = x1/2 a function?Text 305044 your teamname and your answer to37607 3,2
- 12. x = 1/14 Solve for x: -5x + 4 = 9x – (-5)Text 305053 yourteam name and youranswer to 37607 3,3
- 13. y = -1x + 2 Find the equation of this line:Text 305123 yourteam name and your 3,4answer to 37607
- 14. The slope is -1/2 Given the point (-3,2) and the y-intercept (0,3), find the slope using the y-intercept equation.Text 305004 yourteam name and youranswer to 37607 4,1
- 15. Yes Is this a function?Text 305048 your teamname and your answer to37607 4,2
- 16. x = 1/2, 3 Solve for x: -2x2 +3x = 5 + (-4x)Text 305099 yourteam name and youranswer to 37607 4,3
- 17. y = -4x + 7 Given the slope -4 and the point (1, 3), find the equation of the line.Text 305094 yourteam name and youranswer to 37607 4,4
- 18. The slope is 1/2 Find the slope of the line perpendicular to this line y = -2x - 1 Text 305005 yourteam name and your answer to 37607 5,1
- 19. Yes Is this a function?Text 305043 your teamname and your answer to 5,237607
- 20. x = 1/6 Solve for x: 37 – 23x = 41xText 305105 yourteam name and youranswer to 37607 5,3
- 21. Y = 5/2x - 2 Find the equation of the line passing through (0, -2) and (2, 3)Text 305126 yourteam name and youranswer to 37607 5,4

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