﻿ Graph the line with the given slope m and y-intercept b. m=-3,b=1
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# Graph the line with the given slope m and y-intercept b. m=-3,b=1

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Mathematics, 22.08.2019 12:50, 1074885
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Mathematics, 21.09.2019 03:20, mrmendrala
Asap i need on these and it doesnt really matter but theres alot of points w/ answering! 1. use the graph below to plot the line shown by the slope of 4/3 and a y intercept of -3. explain how you were able to create the graph from this information and then find the equation of that line in slope intercept form 2. graph the linear inequality 6x + 2y > 4. you will need to show the solution area by shading the appropriate side of the line. show all of your work on how you determined where to shade for the solution set. 3. using the equation below: 9x – 3y = 12 a) take the equation and change it into slope intercept form. b) determine the y intercept and slope of this linear equation. c) find the equation of the line that passes through the point, ( 3, 5 ) and is perpendicular to the original line.