Calculate the slope of the line.

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Calculate the slope of the line.

Calculate the slope of the line.

Match the pair of points with the slope of the line that joins them.

(9,10) and (7,2)

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Match the pair of points with the slope of the line that joins them.

(-8,-11) and (-1,-5)

Match the pair of points with the slope of the line that joins them.

(5,-6) and (2,3)

Match the pair of points with the slope of the line that joins them.

(6,3) and (5,-1)

Match the pair of points with the slope of the line that joins them.

(4,7) and (6,2)

Draw a line with the given slope through the given point. What other point lies on that line?

Point A, slope = -3

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Point A, slope = -1/4

Point C, slope = -1/2

Point E, slope = -2/3

Suppose you wanted to graph the equation y = -4x − 1.

Describe the steps you would take to draw the graph.

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How would you check that the graph you drew is correct?

Write an equation for each line.

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A publisher wants to figure out how thick their new book will be. The book has a front cover and a back cover, each of which have a thickness of of an inch. They have a choice of which type of paper to print the book on.

Bond paper has a thickness of inch per one hundred pages. Write an equation for the width of the book, y, if it has x hundred pages, printed on bond paper.

Complete the equation below

y = _______________

Use x as your variable.

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Ledger paper has a thickness of inch per one hundred pages. Write an equation for the width of the book, y, if it has x hundred pages, printed on ledger paper.

Complete the equation below

y = _______________

Use x as your variable.

If they instead chose front and back covers of thickness of an inch, how would this change the equation to part A?

**From Part A:**

Bond paper has a thickness of inch per one hundred pages. Write an equation for the width of the book, y, if it has x hundred pages, printed on bond paper.

Complete the equation below

y = _______________

Use x as your variable.

If they instead chose front and back covers of thickness of an inch, how would this change the equation to part B?

**From part B:**

Ledger paper has a thickness of inch per one hundred pages. Write an equation for the width of the book, y, if it has x hundred pages, printed on ledger paper.

Complete the equation below

y = _______________

Use x as your variable.