Mathematics

1. What is true of the graphs of the two lines 3y–8=–5x and 6y=–10x+16?

- They do not intersect.
- They intersect at (2, –6).
- They intersect at (–2, 6).
- They are identical.

2. What is the equation of the line that passes through the points (4, 5) and (5, 6)?

- y=x+1
- y=–x+2
- y=–3x–2
- y=–5x+10

3. Write an equation in slope–intercept form for a line that passes through (–4, –9) and is perpendicular to x = 12.

- y=12
- x=–4
- y=–4
- y=–9

4. Write an equation in slope–intercept form for a line that passes through the point (–5, 2) and is parallel to y = –2.

- y=–2x+11
- y=–5
- y=2
- y=–11x+2

5. Find the x– and y–intercepts of the line: 4x + 3y = –24.

- 3,4
- –6, –8
- –8, –6
- –3, –4

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