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# Which of the following equations has a positive slope and a negative y-intercept?

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Two cyclists 84 miles apart start riding toward each other at the same. one cycles 2 times as fast as the other. if they meet 4 hours later, what is the speed (in mi/h) of the faster cyclist?

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You have learned about the six trigonometric functions, their definitions, how to use them, and how to represent them graphically. the sine, cosine, and tangent trigonometric functions can be paired with their reciprocal functions, cosecant, secant, and cotangent, respectively. think about how each function is related to its reciprocal function.how are the graphs of the reciprocal functions related to their corresponding original functions? what happens to the graphs of the reciprocal functions as x approaches the zeros of the original functions? describe how you would teach friends with different learning styles (visual-spatial, aural-auditory, verbal-linguistic, physical-bodily-kinesthetic, logical-mathematical, social-interpersonal, and solitary-intrapersonal) how to graph the reciprocal functions

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Consider this equation. |y + 6| = 2 what can be concluded of the equation? check all that apply. there will be one solution. there will be two solutions. the solution to –(y + 6) = 2 will be also be a solution to the given absolute value equation. the solution(s) will be the number(s) on the number line 2 units away from –6. the value of y must be positive since the variable is inside absolute value signs.

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Which of the following equations has a positive slope and a negative y-intercept?

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