By Tony G. Williams

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1 4. W hen four friends get together, each friend shakes hands with each of the other friends. How many handshakes will there be all together? 5. W ithout looking at the telephone, what are the actual telephone numbers used to dial: 1-800-ALGEBRA. TLC10559 Copyright © Teaching & Learning Company, Carthage, IL 62321-0010 39 Solution #31 1 The score is 167. 2 3 8 7 X 1 6 7 X 5 4 81 9 X 6 140 X 55 8 121 101 5 46 27 18 4 10 - 9 8 149 9 167 Good score! You’re almost ready for the pros! Solution #32 The answers are: 1.

4x - 3y = 10 x + 6y = -11 Unit 5 System of Equations Workout #50 Go, Team! The school’s football team won its first game of the season, scoring 52 points. If the team scored twice as many field goals as it did touchdowns (including extra points), how many touchdowns and field goals did the team score? TLC10559 Copyright © Teaching & Learning Company, Carthage, IL 62321-0010 57 #49 Solution (1, -2) There are two options that readily come to mind: 1. If I multiplied the first equation by 2, then I would have 8x - 6y = 20 which would allow me to add the two equations together canceling out y.

4, 5) (2, 3) m= 3-5 = 2-4 -2 -2 1 , -2) (-1, 2) 3 4 2 - (-2) 4 3 3 m= = = • ( ) = = -3 1 4 1 1 4 -1 3 3 2. (-2, -4) (3, 0) =1 m= Solution #38 a. y = 4 ; 3. -3 1. 1; 2. 5 3. ( 4 0 - (-4) = 5 3 - (-2) The answers are: 1 x + 2 (Given) 3 b. m = 2, b = -4; y = 2x - 4 -2 -2 c. m = , b = -6; y = -6 3 3x D d. m = 0, b = 6; y = 6 Note: Horizontal lines have slopes of 0 (zero) and the equations are written with one variable (“y”), while vertical lines have no slopes and the equations are written with one variable (“x”).