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# 1.write equation of the line containing the given point and

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1.write equation of the line containing the given point and parallel to the given line
Express your answer in the form y = mx + b (3,6); x +9y =7
2. the function W(d)0.112d approximates the amount in centimeter of water that results from d cm of snow melting. Find the amount of water the results from snow melting from depths of 20cm,38cm,and 85cm.

3 Given the K(t)= 6t +1 find each of the following
K(4)
K(-6)
K(6.3)

4 Determine whether the graphs of the pair of lines are parallel
X+9=y
y-x=-5
what is the slope of the line x+9=y
what is the slope of the liney-x=-5
are the graphs of given equation parallel?

5 Use the graph of the function f to find
F(0) F(1) F(2)

6 Find the slope of the line (0,5) (5,7)
The slope of the line is m=

7 Graph the equation by plotting points
Y=-2

8 Find the slope if it exits, of the line containing the pair of points
(-8,-9) and (-12,-19)
The slope m=

9 Find an equation of the line having the given slope and containing the given point.
M=-3,(1,6)

10 Find the domain
P(x)= Xto the second power + 8

11 For the graph, determine the value of
F(1)
The domain is
F(x)= 4
Y=
The range is

12 Find the slope and the y- intercept
F(x) = 10x-6

13 Find the indicated out puts for f(x) = 4x to second power- 5x
F(0)
F(-1)
F(2)

14 find an equation of the line containing the given pair of points. Express your answer in the form x=a,y=b,or y= mx +b
(-1,-1) and (4,4)
What is an equation of the line ?
Y=

15 determine whether the graph of the two equations are perpendicular.
Y= 6x-4
9y = 5-x

16 are the graphs of the given equations perpendicular graph using slope and the y-intercept
X +2y = 6
Find slope and the y- intercept
6-1/2y = 4x
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  Scott replied 9 years ago.
Hi there!

Do you have graphs for #5 and #11?

I can do all the other ones without graphs, but I'll need them to do those two.

Thanks,
Scott
Customer: replied 9 years ago.
dont worry about those two then
Expert:  Scott replied 9 years ago.