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 Points on the x-axis 2015-03-14 From Justin:jamie tells her friend that ordered pairs that have an x-coordinate of O line x-axis. She used the origin as an example. Describe Janine error. Use a counterexample to explain why Janine statement is falseAnswered by Penny Nom. Ordered pairs 2007-05-09 From chasity:a teacher wishes to schedule a quiz during part of a two-hour class. the equation 1+e=120 can be used to find the available lecture time "1" given that "e" minutes are planned for the quiz. determine the ordered pairs that satisfy the equation if the domain is {20,30,45,60}Answered by Penny Nom. The point slope form of a line 2004-10-26 From Jack: Given a set of ordered pairs, ie (1,1) (2,4) (3,7), how does one determine the rule f(n) other than by trial and errorAnswered by Penny Nom.

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