# Math

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32. For all pairs of real numbers M and V where M=3V+6, V=? Here are the choices
F. (M/3)-6
G. ( M/3)+6
H.3m-6
J. M-6/3
K. M+6/3
34. If a=b-2,then (b-a)^4=?
F. -16
G.-8
H.1
J.8
K.16

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32.
M = 3V+6
M-6 = 3V
V = (M-6)/3
(J) if you use parentheses properly

34.
a = b-2
b-a = 2
(b-a)^4 = 2^4 = 16
(K)

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22. What is the slope-intercept form of 8x-y-6=0?
I know I move the 6 over and that I need to get y by itself but, what do I do with the 8x?

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