My girlfriend is overloaded with assignments for college right now and is really stressing out because the deadline is this Wednesday. I absolutely suck at math, so if any of you have any spare time, please help her (us) out with the math problems below. Judging by the look of this stuff, it has to do with graphing, intercepts, and slopes (from what I can remember). There's a Jr. VIP upgrade in it for the first person who can provide both the answers AND the steps/methods to solve the problems. If you're already a Jr. VIP, then you'll get another year's worth of Jr. VIP status on me. A. Graph the following equations: 3x-y=9 y=-2/5x+1 (that's negative two-fifths x) y=x2-x-1 (that's x to the 2nd power) B. Determine the slope of the described lines: Passing through (-2,1) and (4,6) Parallel to y=-4x+5 C. Write the equations of the described lines: Slope is 2/3, passing through (0,4) Passing through (2,-1) and (4,6) Passing through (3,-5) and perpendicular to y=-4x+5 Passing through (-2,1) and parallel to 2x-y=7 Slope is -2/3 and passing through (5,4) Good luck and thanks!