Which one doesn’t belong?

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

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

How can you tell?

Calculate the slope of this line.

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

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What do you notice about the points?

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

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

Explain how you know.

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

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What do you notice about the points?

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

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

Explain how you know.

Graph the equation x = -2.

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Graph the equation y = 5.

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

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

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