# Competency Test Chapter 3

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The line given by . The following statement which is true is ...
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The line intersect the Y-axis at (0, -3)

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The line intersect the Y-axis at (6, 0)

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The line intersect the X-axis at (-6, 0)

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The line intersect the X-axis at (0, 3)

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The graph of a line given by  is ...
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The gradient of a line through the points O and T(2, 5) is ...
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The gradient of a line through the points (4, 2) and (2, 5) is ...
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Look at the picture! The gradient of the line h is ...
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The line given by .
1. The gradient of the line is .
2. Intersect the X-axis at .
3. Intersect the Y-axis at (0, –3).
According to the statements above which is true are ...
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(i) and (ii)

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(ii) and (iii)

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(i) and (iii)

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(i), (ii), and (iii)

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A line g is parallel to a line h. If the line h given by , then the gradient of the line g is ...
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The lines given by the following equations.
The equations for a line parallel to the line running through (2, 1) and (3, 6) is ...
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I

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II

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III

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IV

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The pairs of lines given by the following pairs of equations are perpendicularly intersect is ...
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and

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and

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and

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and

• 10.
The line p given by . If the line q is perpendicular to the line p, then the gradient of the line q is ...
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2

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–2

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The line given by  is perpendicular to the line given by ...
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The equation for the line having a gradient of  and running through (0, –2) is ...
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The equation for a line running through (5, –5) and (–5, 1) is ...
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The equation for a line shown in the figure is ...
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The equation for a line shown in the figure is ...
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The equation for a line running through A(2, 1) and B(–2, –7) is ...
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The equation for a line running through (–2, 1) and parallel to the line running through (4, 3) and (–2, –5) is ...
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The equation for a line passing through K(–1, 2) and perpendicular to the line given  is ...
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A line k runs through (3, –4) and (–1, 2). A line l is perpendicular to the line k and running through (–4, –3). The equation for the line l is ...
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• 20.
The cost to be paid by passenger (y) when take a taxi expressed as a function . a = the costs per distance 100 meters is Rp200,00 x = the distance b = the cost for the first ride is Rp3.000,00. One day Deni took a taxi for the first ride and reached the distance 6500 meters, so Deni have to pay ...
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Rp6.500,00

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Rp9.500,00

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Rp13.000,00

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Rp16.000,00