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e   Identify the point that lies on the line - y = 6x - 1.   e View Solution
e   Identify the point that lies on the line - 2y = - x - 1.   e View Solution
e   Find the ordered pair which is not a solution of the equation - y = x4 + 7.   e View Solution
e   Find the ordered pair that is a solution of the equation - y = 4x + 2.
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e   Which of the following ordered pair lies on the graph of y = x - 6?
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e   Which of the following ordered pairs is a solution of y5 = - x - 6?
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e   Find the ordered pair that is not a solution of the equation 13y = 13x - 1.   e View Solution
e   Find p, if (- 4, p) is the solution of the equation y = 4x + 6.   e View Solution
e   Find p, if (3, p) is the solution of the equation y = 4x - 2.
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e   Identify the point that lies on the line - y = 2x + 2.   e View Solution
e   Which ordered pair is not a solution of the equation y = - 7x?   e View Solution
e   Which line does the point (- 3, 0) lie on?   e View Solution
e   Which of the lines does the point (3, 6) lie on?
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e   Which of the following points pass through the line y = 18x - 3?   e View Solution
e   Irena went to bakery to buy a few burgers and pizzas. The cost of one burger is $3 and cost of one pizza is $8. Irena has $36 to buy burgers and pizzas. Write an equation that models the number of burgers and pizzas that Irena can buy. [Let x represent number of burgers and y represent number of pizzas.]
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e   Joe has to set up an office with a few computers and desks. Cost of a computer is $800 and cost of a desk is $30. The total cost to set up the office is $2490. Write an equation that models the number of computers and desks that Joe can set up. [Let x represent number of computers and y represent number of desks.]
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e   Identify the point that lies on the line - y = 4x + 2.   e View Solution
e   Identify the point that lies on the line - y = 3x - 1.   e View Solution
e   Which of the following is a solution of the equation y = x + 1?
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e   Identify the point that lies on the line - 4y = - x - 1.   e View Solution
e   Find the ordered pair which is not a solution of the equation - y = x2 + 3.   e View Solution
e   Find the ordered pair that is a solution of the equation - y = 2x + 2.
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e   Find the ordered pair that is not a solution of the equation 15y = 15x - 1.   e View Solution
e   Find p, if (- 5, p) is the solution of the equation y = 5x + 7. ccc View Solution
ccc Find p, if (5, p) is the solution of the equation y = 5x - 4.
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ccc Which ordered pair is not a solution of the equation y = - 4x? ccc View Solution
ccc Which line does the point (- 4, -2) lie on? ccc View Solution
ccc Which of the lines does the point (4, 8) lie on?
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ccc Which of the following points pass through the line y = 15x - 3? ccc View Solution
ccc Which graph represents the equation y = - 13x + 1?
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ccc Which of the following ordered pairs is a solution of y2 = - x - 3?
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ccc Find the line in the graph which represents the equation x = y. ccc View Solution
ccc Which of the following ordered pair lies on the graph of y = x - 7?
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ccc Which graph represents the equation y = 2x + 1?
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ccc Which of the following lines passes through the first quadrant?
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ccc Find the equation whose graph does not pass through the first quadrant. ccc View Solution
ccc Find the equation whose graph does not pass through the third quadrant.
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ccc Choose a graph for the equation - y = x - 2.
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ccc Which graph represents the equation y3 = - x3 - 1? ccc View Solution
ccc Choose a graph that represents the equation y = - 2x3  + 2.
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ccc Choose a graph that represents the equation y = 2x on the coordinate plane.
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ccc Identify the function form of the equation 5y - 15x = - 20. ccc View Solution
ccc Kelsey went to bakery to buy a few burgers and pizzas. The cost of one burger is $3 and cost of one pizza is $6. Kelsey has $39 to buy burgers and pizzas. Write an equation that models the number of burgers and pizzas that Kelsey can buy. [Let x represent number of burgers and y represent number of pizzas.]
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ccc Henry has to set up an office with a few computers and desks. Cost of a computer is $600 and cost of a desk is $50. The total cost to set up the office is $3250. Write an equation that models the number of computers and desks that Henry can set up. [Let x represent number of computers and y represent number of desks.]
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