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To graph a line we plot the y-intercept, then plot the next point by starting at(0,0) and moving up and over if the slope is positive? true?

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  • To graph a line we plot the y-intercept, then plot the next point by starting at(0,0) and moving up and over if the slope is positive? true?


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... then plot the next point by starting at(0,0) and moving up and over if the slope is positive ... To graph a line we plot the y-intercept, then ...
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Positive: 82 %
1 of 4 revised 4/10/09 Graphing Lines / Finding Equations of Lines There are two ways to graph a line. 1.) We can plot points (ordered pairs); we will need ...
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Positive: 79 %

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What is the equation for a vertical line? The slope is undefined! In fact, this is a special case, and we use a different equation, like this:
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Positive: 82 %
Note: Want some practice finding the y-intercept of a line? In this tutorial, you're given the slope of a line and a point on that line and asked to find ...
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Positive: 77 %
... a log–log graph or log–log plot is a two-dimensional graph ... point (x 1, F 1) on the same graph. Then ... slope of the straight line of its log ...
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Positive: 63 %
The slope intercept form is probably the most frequently used way to express equation of a line. To be able to use slope intercept form, all that you need ...
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