Mathematics

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

  1. They do not intersect.
  2. They intersect at (2, –6).
  3. They intersect at (–2, 6).
  4. They are identical.

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

  1. y=x+1
  2. y=–x+2
  3. y=–3x–2
  4. 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.

  1. y=12
  2. x=–4
  3. y=–4
  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.

  1. y=–2x+11
  2. y=–5
  3. y=2
  4. y=–11x+2

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

  1. 3,4
  2. –6, –8
  3. –8, –6
  4. –3, –4

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