Lines in the Plane

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The slope is -4

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The slope is undefined

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The slope is 2

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There are many answers. Three are: (4,-2), (5.7649,-2) , (-3,-2).

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There are many answers. Three are: (-4,-2), (-4,2.5476), (-4,645)

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Three points on this line are: (6,-21), (2,-13), (10,-29)

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There are many answers. Three are (2,18), (10,34), (5,24)

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(1,2), (2,2.5), (3,3)

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Plug in any 3 values fir x. (1,-7), (3,-8), (-3,5)

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The slope is 5, the y intercept is 3.

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The slope is -2/3 and the y intercept is 3

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The slope is undefined and there is no y intercept.

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The slope is undefined and there is no y intercept.

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