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    Graphing and Solving Systems of Linear Equations

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    Graph y = -1.

    Solve the system by addition or substitution.
    3x + 6y = 0
    x =

    Find the slope of the line passing through the points (-4, 10) and (-6, 5).

    Solve: 6x + 4(3x - 2) = 6x + 2

    Graph 3x + y = 3.

    Let y vary directly with x, with a constant of variation k = 3.Graph the equation of variation.

    Solve the system by substitution.
    3x + 5y = 6
    y = -x + 0

    Find the slope and y-intercept.
    6x + 5y = -35

    Graph the solution set of x < 2.

    Write the equation of the line that passes through point (0, -5) with a slope of 7.

    Write the fraction in simplest form.

    Write the equation of the line with x-intercept (-6, 0) and undefined slope.

    Graph the inequality.
    y > -5

    Solve the system by graphing.
    4x + 4y = 4
    x + y = 1

    Solve 10x-4-5x=6+3x-8

    Given f(x) = -x3 - 3x2 + 3x + 3, find f(-3), f(0), and f(1)

    Change the fraction to a decimal:

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