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Finding slope and intercept of a line, and solving equations

1. Find the slope and intercept for the line 2y-x-4=0

2. Find the slope and intercept for the line 6/9y+2/3x-5=0

3. For the line y= 3x-3 find a line parallel to it that passes through the point (-1,0)

4. For the line y= 2x+2 find a line parallel to it that passes through the points (2,0) (4,4)

5. For the set of points (1,5) and (3,9) find the slope, intercept, and write the equation

6. Solve the equation x squared+4x-12=0 by factoring

7. Solve the equation 4xsquared-25x+36=0 by factoring

8. Solve the equation 4xsquared-2x=0 by factoring

9. Solve the equation 3xsquared-5x-2=0 by using the quadratic equation (DO NOT FACTOR)

Solution Summary

There are nine algebra problems in this solution. The first two show in detail how to find the slope and intercept of a line. The others solve the given equation for x.

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