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3. Are the following lines (i) parallel to x -axis (ii) parallel to y -axis?(iv) x+y=0
3. Are the following lines (i) parallel to  x -axis (ii) parallel to  y -axis?(iv)  x+y=0

3. Are the following lines (i) parallel to x -axis (ii) parallel to y -axis?(iv) x+y=0

4. Draw the graph of the following(ii) y=7
4. Draw the graph of the following(ii)  y=7

4. Draw the graph of the following(ii) y=7

Solve the following pair of equations in x and y graphically.3. 2 x+y=0 and x+2 y=2
Solve the following pair of equations in  x  and  y  graphically.3.  2 x+y=0  and  x+2 y=2

Solve the following pair of equations in x and y graphically.3. 2 x+y=0 and x+2 y=2

2. Draw the graph of each of the following.(xiii) x-3 y+1=0
2. Draw the graph of each of the following.(xiii)  x-3 y+1=0

2. Draw the graph of each of the following.(xiii) x-3 y+1=0

1. Draw the conversion graph between litres and gallons using the relation 9 litres =2 gallons (approximately) and taking litres along horizontal axis and gallons along vertical axis. From the graph read(i) the number of gallons in 18 litres
1. Draw the conversion graph between litres and gallons using the relation 9 litres  =2  gallons (approximately) and taking litres along horizontal axis and gallons along vertical axis. From the graph read(i) the number of gallons in 18 litres

1. Draw the conversion graph between litres and gallons using the relation 9 litres =2 gallons (approximately) and taking litres along horizontal axis and gallons along vertical axis. From the graph read(i) the number of gallons in 18 litres

6. Solve the following pair of equations graphically.(iii) \frac{1}{3}(x+y)=2 \frac{1}{2}(x-y)=-1
6. Solve the following pair of equations graphically.(iii)  \frac{1}{3}(x+y)=2  \frac{1}{2}(x-y)=-1

6. Solve the following pair of equations graphically.(iii) \frac{1}{3}(x+y)=2 \frac{1}{2}(x-y)=-1