In this lesson, students learn how to graph linear equations by finding the x and y intercepts. The teacher emphasizes the significance of the intercepts and teaches how to identify them on a graph. By plugging in zero for x and y, students can easily find the intercepts, solve for the variables, and plot the points on the coordinate plane. By connecting the points, students can quickly and easily graph the linear equation.
Finding the x and y intercepts and then graphing the equation using the intercepts
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Questions answered by this video:
What does x-intercept mean?
What does y-intercept mean?
How do I find the x and y intercepts of a line from an equation?
How do I graph a line once I know the x and y intercepts?
What are the x and y intercepts of 3y=9x-12?
How do I graph 3y=9x-12?
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This lesson teaches what x and y intercepts of a line are, and it shows how to find them from an equation. Then, it shows how to graph the line once you know the intercepts.