# 4-1 Identifying Linear Functions And 4-2 Using Intercepts

9 Questions | Attempts: 480
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#14, p. 240
• A.

X-int.: −5; y-int.: −1

• B.

X-int.: −4; y-int.: 1

• C.

X-int.: −1; y-int.: −5

• D.

Not here

• 2.
#18, p. 240
• A.

X-int.: 2; y-int.: −2

• B.

X-int: −2; y-int.: 6

• C.

X-int: −8; y-int.: 2

• D.

Not here

• 3.
#22, p. 240 graph only
• A.
• B.
• C.

Not here

• 4.
#26, p. 241
• A.
• B.
• C.

Not here

• 5.
#36, p. 241
• A.

Graph A

• B.

Graph B

• C.

Graph C

• D.

Graph D

• 6.
#16, p. 234
• A.

Yes, it is a function; yes, it is linear

• B.

Yes, it is a function; no, it is not linear

• C.

No, it is not a function

• 7.
#18, p. 234
• A.

Yes, it is a linear function. There is a constant rate of change.

• B.

No, it is not a linear function. There is not a constant rate of change.

• 8.
#28, p. 235
• A.

Yes, it is a function; yes, it is linear

• B.

Yes, it is a function; no, it is not linear

• C.

No, it is not a function

• 9.
#20, p. 234
• A.

Yes, it is a linear function. There is a constant rate of change.

• B.

No, it is not a linear function. There is not a constant rate of change.

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