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By Saturnino L. Salas; Garret J. Etgen; Einar Hille;

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Exercises 21–24. Write an equation for the line with 21. slope 5 and y-intercept 2. 22. slope 5 and y-intercept −2. 23. slope −5 and y-intercept 2. 24. slope −5 and y-intercept −2. Exercises 25–26. Write an equation for the horizontal line 3 units 25. above the x-axis. 26. below the x-axis. Exercises 27–28. Write an equation for the vertical line 3 units 27. to the left of the y-axis. 28. to the right of the y-axis. Exercises 29–34. Find an equation for the line that passes through the point P(2, 7) and is 29.

X − 12 | < 2. 25. |x − 2| < 12 . 27. 0 < |x| < 1. 28. 0 < |x| < 12 . 29. 0 < |x − 2| < 12 . 30. 0 < |x − 12 | < 2. 31. 0 < |x − 3| < 8. 32. |3x − 5| < 3. 1 34. |5x − 3| < 12 . 33. |2x + 1| < 4 . 35. |2x + 5| > 3. 36. |3x + 1| > 5. Exercises 37–42. Each of the following sets is the solution of an inequality of the form | x − c |< δ. Find c and δ. 4 COORDINATE PLANE; ANALYTIC GEOMETRY 37. (−3, 3). 38. (−2, 2). 39. (−3, 7). 40. (0, 4). 41. (−7, 3). 42. (a, b). Exercises 43–46. Determine all numbers A > 0 for which the statement is true.

SOLUTION The slope of l1 is 3 4 and the slope of l2 is 12 . 5 Since l1 and l2 have different slopes, they intersect at a point. To find the point of intersection, we solve the two equations simultaneously: 3x − 4y + 8 = 0 12x − 5y − 12 = 0. Multiplying the first equation by −4 and adding it to the second equation, we obtain 11y − 44 = 0 y = 4. Substituting y = 4 into either of the two given equations, we find that x = 83 . The lines intersect at the point ( 83 , 4). 1. The information we give here suffices for our present purposes.