**
Graphing Linear Equations and Inequalities in One Variable ((Reference))
**

For the following problems, graph the equations and inequalities.

#### Exercise 1

##### Solution

#### Exercise 2

#### Exercise 3

##### Solution

#### Exercise 4

#### Exercise 5

##### Solution

#### Exercise 6

#### Exercise 7

##### Solution

#### Exercise 8

#### Exercise 9

##### Solution

#### Exercise 10

**Plotting Points in the Plane ((Reference))**

#### Exercise 11

Draw a coordinate system and plot the following ordered pairs.

##### Solution

#### Exercise 12

As accurately as possible, state the coordinates of the points that have been plotted on the graph.

**Graphing Linear Equations in Two Variables ((Reference))**

#### Exercise 13

What is the geometric structure of the graph of all the solutions to the linear equation

##### Solution

a straight line

**Graphing Linear Equations in Two Variables ((Reference)) - Graphing Equations in Slope-Intercept Form ((Reference))**

For the following problems, graph the equations.

#### Exercise 14

#### Exercise 15

##### Solution

#### Exercise 16

#### Exercise 17

##### Solution

#### Exercise 18

#### Exercise 19

##### Solution

#### Exercise 20

#### Exercise 21

##### Solution

#### Exercise 22

#### Exercise 23

##### Solution

#### Exercise 24

#### Exercise 25

##### Solution

**The Slope-Intercept Form of a Line ((Reference))**

#### Exercise 26

Write the slope-intercept form of a straight line.

#### Exercise 27

The slope of a straight line is a

of the steepness of the line.

##### Solution

measure

#### Exercise 28

Write the formula for the slope of a line that passes through the points

For the following problems, determine the slope and

#### Exercise 29

##### Solution

#### Exercise 30

#### Exercise 31

##### Solution

#### Exercise 32

#### Exercise 33

##### Solution

#### Exercise 34

#### Exercise 35

##### Solution

#### Exercise 36

#### Exercise 37

##### Solution

#### Exercise 38

#### Exercise 39

##### Solution

#### Exercise 40

#### Exercise 41

##### Solution

#### Exercise 42

#### Exercise 43

##### Solution

#### Exercise 44

#### Exercise 45

##### Solution

For the following problems, find the slope, if it exists, of the line through the given pairs of points.

#### Exercise 46

#### Exercise 47

##### Solution

#### Exercise 48

#### Exercise 49

##### Solution

#### Exercise 50

#### Exercise 51

##### Solution

#### Exercise 52

#### Exercise 53

##### Solution

No Slope

#### Exercise 54

#### Exercise 55

##### Solution

#### Exercise 56

Moving left to right, lines with

slope rise while lines with

slope decline.

#### Exercise 57

Compare the slopes of parallel lines.

##### Solution

The slopes of parallel lines are equal.

**Finding the Equation of a Line ((Reference))**

For the following problems, write the equation of the line using the given information. Write the equation in slope-intercept form.

#### Exercise 58

#### Exercise 59

##### Solution

#### Exercise 60

#### Exercise 61

##### Solution

#### Exercise 62

#### Exercise 63

##### Solution

#### Exercise 64

#### Exercise 65

##### Solution

#### Exercise 66

#### Exercise 67

##### Solution

#### Exercise 68

#### Exercise 69

##### Solution

#### Exercise 70

#### Exercise 71

##### Solution

#### Exercise 72

#### Exercise 73

##### Solution

#### Exercise 74

#### Exercise 75

##### Solution

#### Exercise 76

#### Exercise 77

##### Solution

#### Exercise 78

#### Exercise 79

##### Solution

#### Exercise 80

#### Exercise 81

##### Solution

#### Exercise 82

#### Exercise 83

##### Solution

#### Exercise 84

#### Exercise 85

##### Solution

For the following problems, reading only from the graph, determine the equation of the line.

#### Exercise 86

#### Exercise 87

##### Solution

#### Exercise 88

#### Exercise 89

##### Solution

#### Exercise 90

#### Exercise 91

##### Solution

**Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables ((Reference))**

For the following problems, graph the inequalities.

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