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# Cornwellmsa

### Solving Problems In MSA

Question | Answer |
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Is Y=3X+2 a Linear Relationship? | Yes |

IS Y=X*X a Linear Relationship? | No |

Are these three points a linear relationship? (1,2) (2,4) (3,6) | Yes |

Are these three points a linear relationship? (1,2) (3,5) (4,7) | No |

Find the rate of change between (-1,5) (-2,-3) | 8 |

Find the rate of change between (-4,-1)(-1,-1) | 0 |

What is a Coordinate Pair? | A pair of numbers of the form (x,y) that gives the location of a point in the coordinate plane. |

What does Coefficient mean? | A number that is multiplied by a variable in an equation or expression |

What does function mean? | A relationship between two variables in which the value of one variable depends on the value of the other variable |

What does Intersecting Lines means? | Lines that cross to form 4 right angles |

What does Linear Relationship mean? | A relationship in which there is a constant rate of change between two variables. |

Explain what Origin means | The point where the x- and y-axes intersect on a coordinate graph (0,0) |

Explain what Point Of Intersection means | The point where two lines intersect |

Explain what Rise means | The vertical change between two points on a graph |

Explain what Run means | The horizontal change between two points on a graph |

Explain what the word Scale means | The distance between two consecutive tick marks on the x- and y-axes of a coordinate grid |

Explain what the word Slope means | The number that expresses the steepness of a line |

Explain what X-Intercept means | The point where a graph crosses the x-axis |

Explain what Y-Intercept means | The point where a graph crosses the y-axis |

If Hoshi walks 10 meters in 3 seconds what is her walking rate? | 3.33333333333 meters |

If Oslo walks 40 meters in 15 seconds, what is his walking rate? | 2.67 meters |

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