# Mr. Cheung Algebra Fall Review

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### Find the slope.  (The triangles mean "change")

Explanation
Slope is change in y divided by change in x.

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### Find the slope.  (The triangles mean "change")

Explanation
Slope is change in y divided by change in x.

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### Find the slope.  (The triangles mean "change")

Explanation
Slope is change in y divided by change in x.

7 divided by 0 is undefined, as you cannot divide by 0. This means that this is a vertical line.

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### Find the slope.  (The triangles mean "change")

Explanation
Slope is change in y divided by change in x.

Vertical is for the y-axis. Horizontal is for the x-axis.

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### Find the slope.  (The triangles mean "change")

Explanation
Slope is change in y divided by change in x.

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### Find the slope.  (The triangles mean "change")

Explanation
Slope is change in y divided by change in x.

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### Find the equation of the line, using the given slope and given point.slope = 5 point (3, 13)

Explanation
Using the slope and point, plug in y, x, and m into y=mx+b and solve for b. Then write the equation in slope-intercept (y=mx+b) form.

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### Find the equation of the line, using the given slope and given point.

Explanation
Using the slope and point, plug in y, x, and m into y=mx+b and solve for b. Then write the equation in slope-intercept (y=mx+b) form.

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### Find the equation of the line, using the given slope and given point.

Explanation
Using the slope and point, plug in y, x, and m into y=mx+b and solve for b. Then write the equation in slope-intercept (y=mx+b) form.

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### Find the equation of the line, using the given slope and given point.

Explanation
Using the slope and point, plug in y, x, and m into y=mx+b and solve for b. Then write the equation in slope-intercept (y=mx+b) form.

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### Find the equation of the line, using the given slope and given point.

Explanation
Use the two points to find the slope.

Using the slope and point, plug in y, x, and m into y=mx+b and solve for b. Then write the equation in slope-intercept (y=mx+b) form.

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### Find the equation of the line, using the given slope and given point.

Explanation
Use the two points to find the slope.

Using the slope and point, plug in y, x, and m into y=mx+b and solve for b. Then write the equation in slope-intercept (y=mx+b) form.

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### Find the equation of the line, using the given slope and given point.

Explanation
Use the two points to find the slope.

Using the slope and point, plug in y, x, and m into y=mx+b and solve for b. Then write the equation in slope-intercept (y=mx+b) form.

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### Find the equation of the line, using the given slope and given point.

Explanation
Use the two points to find the slope.

Using the slope and point, plug in y, x, and m into y=mx+b and solve for b. Then write the equation in slope-intercept (y=mx+b) form.

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### Find the equation of the line, using the given slope and given point.

Explanation
Use the two points to find the slope.

Using the slope and point, plug in y, x, and m into y=mx+b and solve for b. Then write the equation in slope-intercept (y=mx+b) form.

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