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Slope-Intercept Form Exercises

Example 1

Graph the following line: .

Example 2

Graph the following line: y = -3x – 4.

Example 3

Graph the following line: .

Example 4

Find the equation of the line graphed below.

Example 5

Find the equation of the line graphed below.

Example 6

Find the equation of the line graphed below.

Example 7

Find the equation of the line graphed below.

Example 8

Find the equation of the line graphed below.

Example 9

Find, in slope-intercept form, the equation for the line that goes through the given points. Use one point to check your answer before you look at the solution: (-5, 1) and (2, -8).

Example 10

Find, in slope-intercept form, the equation for the line that goes through the given points. Use one point to check your answer before you look at the solution: (-3, -7) and (2, -1).

Example 11

Find, in slope-intercept form, the equation for the line that goes through the given points. Use one point to check your answer before you look at the solution: (-7, 10) and (6, 10).

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