What is the slope of a line passing through (5, 9) and (7, 15)?

The slope of a line passing through (5, 9) and (7, 15) is slope = (15-9)/(7-5) = 6/2 = 3.

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The slope of a line passing through (5, 9) and (7, 15) is slope = (15-9)/(7-5) = 6/2 = 3.

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Which of the following algebraic equations could represent the sentence, "The quotient of a number and 9 is three"?
x - 9 = 3
x + 9 = 3
= 3
9x = 3

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graph of y = -2x + 4. User: value of -7 + (-9) + 11 + 8.

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Updated 5/14/2015 1:06:15 PM

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What is the value of -5.872 + (-5.1) ÷ 1.5?
-9.272
-2.472
-7.315
0.515

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Updated 5/1/2015 9:21:18 AM

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Solve -3n + 4 > -8.

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Updated 5/1/2015 11:05:12 AM

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-3n + 4 > -8;

-3n > -8 - 4;

-3n > -12;

n < -12/-3;

n < 4

-3n > -8 - 4;

-3n > -12;

n < -12/-3;

n < 4

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In which of the following would you divide both sides of the equation by b?
Solve for b.
Solve a - b = c for b.
Solve ab = c for a.
Solve a + b = c for b.

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Updated 5/5/2015 11:26:15 AM

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In "Solve ab = c for a" would you divide both sides of the equation by b.

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