PSABM6V9 - Student Facing Task---Acc7.5 Lesson 9 Slopes and Equations for All Kinds of Lines (7.G.A, 8.EE.B, 8.EE.B.6)
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Which one doesn’t belong?

 

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Part A)

Plot the points (1,11) and (8,2), and use a ruler to draw the line that passes through them.

 

 

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Part B)

Without calculating, do you expect the slope of the line through (1,11) and (8,2) to be positive or negative?

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Part C)

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Part D)

Calculate the slope of this line.

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Find the value of k so that the line passing through each pair of points has the given slope.

(k,2) and (11,14), slope = 2

 

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Find the value of k so that the line passing through each pair of points has the given slope.

(1,k) and (4,1), slope = -2

 

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Find the value of k so that the line passing through each pair of points has the given slope.

(3,5) and (k,9), slope = 

 

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Find the value of k so that the line passing through each pair of points has the given slope.

(-1,4) and (-3,k), slope =

 

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Find the value of k so that the line passing through each pair of points has the given slope.

and , slope = 0

 

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Part A)

Plot at least 10 points whose y-coordinate is -4. 

 

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Part B)

What do you notice about the points?

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Part C)

Which equation makes the most sense to represent all of the points with y-coordinate ?

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Part D)

Which equation makes the most sense to represent all of the points with y-coordinate ?

 

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Part E)

Plot at least 10 points whose x-coordinate is 3. 

 

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Part F)

What do you notice about the points?

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Part G)

Which equation makes the most sense to represent all of the points with x-coordinate 3?

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Part H)

Which equation makes the most sense to represent all of the points with x-coordinate 3?

 

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Part I)

Graph the equation x = -2.

 

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Part J)

Graph the equation y = 5.

 

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Part A)

Draw the rectangle with vertices (2,1), (5,1), (5,3), (2,3).

 

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Part B)

For each of the four sides of the rectangle, write an equation for a line containing the side.

 

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Part C)

A rectangle has sides on the graphs of x=-1, x=3, y=-1, y=1. Find the coordinates of each vertex.

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