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Graph and, if possible, determine the slope.
Graph using the slope and the y -intercept.
Determine whether the graphs of the given pair of lines are parallel.
Determine whether the graphs of the given pair of lines are perpendicular.

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7.4
Graph and, if possible, determine the slope.

30. x = -4

34. f (x) = 2

20. Graph using the slope and the y -intercept.

F (x) = x + 3

Determine whether the graphs of the given pair of lines are parallel.

46. y + 7x = -9
-3y = 21x + 7

Determine whether the graphs of the given pair of lines are perpendicular

50. 2x - 5y = -3.
2x + 5y = 4

Find the intercepts and then graph the line
10. 5x - 10 = 5y

7.3 Find the slope and the y-intercept

14. 5x = - 10

Find the slope of the line containing the given pair of points.

24. (17, -12) and (-9, -15)

Find the slope (or pitch) of the roof

8.2 foot wide and 2.6ft tall

30. Public buildings regularly include steps with 7-in. risers and 11-in. treads. Find the grade of such a stairway.

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7.4
Graph and, if possible, determine the slope.

30. x = -4

Slope x = - 4 is infinity

34. f (x) = 2

The standard form of line y= mx + c , where m is the slope and c is the intercept
Here the function can be written as y = 0x+2
Thus slope =0

20. Graph using the slope and the y -intercept.

F (x) = x + 3
Slope = 2/5
Y intercept = 3

Determine ...

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