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What is the degree of a linear equation?
y=mx+b is known as the __________ form.
In 3x+12=72, what is the value of x?
m=(y2-y1)/(x2-x1) is the formula for __________.
Is x(20-x)=14 a linear equation?
The graph of a linear equation is in the form of a ______.
The slope of the equation x=-3y+4 is. . .
3x+7y=27: find the x-intercept.
Given the point (4,5) and the slope 6, what is the equation of the line? (All forms accepted)
Problem Solving: The sum of two consecutive even numbers is 86; what are the two numbers?
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