# notes over 2.3 graphing with the slope-intercept form graph the equation

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Notes Over 2.3Graphing with the Slope-Intercept FormGraphing with the Slope-Intercept FormGraph the equation.

13 .1 xy

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m3 up

1right

1

1

3

Notes Over 2.3Graphing with the Slope-Intercept FormGraphing with the Slope-Intercept FormGraph the equation.

23

2 .2 xy

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m 2down 3right

2

3

2

Notes Over 2.3Graphing with the Slope-Intercept FormGraphing with the Slope-Intercept FormGraph the equation.

43 .3 yx

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m 3down 1right

4

1

3

x3 x343 x y43 xy

Notes Over 2.3Graphing with the Standard Form FormGraphing with the Standard Form FormGraph the equation.

84 .4 yxintx

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8 x

84 y

8x

2y

Notes Over 2.3Graphing with the Standard Form FormGraphing with the Standard Form FormGraph the equation.

1052 .5 yxintx

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102 x

105 y

5x

2y

Notes Over 2.3Graphing with the Standard Form FormGraphing with the Standard Form FormGraph the equation.

42 .6 yxintx

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42 x

4 y

2x

4y

3 .7 xintx

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3x

none

6 .8 yintx

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none

6y

4 .9 xintx

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4x

none

Notes Over 2.3Using the Standard FormUsing the Standard Form10. Members of the chorus need to raise $650 selling hoagies and pizzas. The profit they receive on each hoagie is $1.25 and $2.50 for each pizza. Find three different combinations for the numbers of each sold to raise the needed amount.

h p

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0520

260

h25.1 p50.2 650

80 220

Notes Over 2.3Using the Standard FormUsing the Standard Form11. Daniel is employed at two different restaurants. At one restaurant he makes $5.35 per hour and at the other he makes $6.25. Daniel needs to earn $105.30 a week to pay his bills. Describe the number of hours he could work at each restaurant to earn this amount.

a b

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019.68

16.848

a35.5 b25.6 30.105

10 8.288

Notes Over 2.3