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GRAPHING LINEAR EQUATIONS
The Rectangular Coordinate System
Graphing points in the rectangular coordinate system
by Professor Flanagan
Graphing points in the rectangular coordinate system (Example #2)
by Professor Flanagan
Graphing points in the rectangular coordinate system (Example #3)
by Professor Flanagan
Graphing points in the rectangular coordinate system (Example #4)
by Professor Flanagan
Graphing points in the rectangular coordinate system
by Professor Veczko
A discussion of the rectangular coordinate system
by Professor Colarusso
Completing a table of values to graph a linear equation
by Professor Flanagan
Completing a table of values to graph a linear equation (Example #2)
by Professor Flanagan
Completing a table of values to graph a linear equation
by Professor Veczko
Completing a table of values
by Professor Flanagan
Graphing lines
by Professor Colarusso>
Intercepts
Definition of intercepts
by Professor Flanagan
Finding the x and y intercepts of a linear equation and using them to graph a line
by Professor Flanagan
Finding the x and y intercepts of a linear equation and using them to graph a line (Example #2)
by Professor Flanagan
A discussion of intercepts
by Professor Veczko
A discussion of intercepts
by Professor Colarusso
The Slope of a Line
Find the slope of a line given the graph, using rise over run
by Professor Flanagan
Find the slope of a line given the graph, using rise over run (Example #2)
by Professor Flanagan
Find the slope of a line given the graph, using rise over run (Example #3)
by Professor Flanagan
Find the slope of a line given the graph, using rise over run (Example #4)
by Professor Flanagan
Using the Slope Equation to find the slope of a line passing through two points
by Professor Flanagan
Using the Slope Equation to find the slope of a line passing through two points (Example #2)
by Professor Flanagan
The slope of a line given two points
by Professor Veczko
Using the Slope Equation to show the slope of a horizontal line is zero
by Professor Flanagan
Using the Slope Equation to show the slope of a vertical line is undefined
by Professor Flanagan
Graphing a line given its slope and a point on the line
by Professor Flanagan
Graphing a line given its slope and a point on the line (Example #2)
by Professor Reed
A discussion of slope
by Professor Colarusso
Finding and interpreting the slope of a line
by Professor Reed
Finding and interpreting the slope of a line (Example #2)
by Professor Reed
The Slope-Intercept Equation
The slope-intercept equation of a line
by Professor Flanagan
The slope-intercept equation of a line (Example #2)
by Professor Flanagan
Finding the slope of a line by solving for y and using the Slope-Intercept Form
by Professor Flanagan
The slope of a line given its equation
by Professor Veczko
Graphing a line by solving for y and using the Slope-Intercept Form
by Professor Reed
Graphing a line by solving for y and using the Slope-Intercept Form (Example #2)
by Professor Flanagan
Graphing a line by solving for y and using the Slope-Intercept Form (Example #3)
by Professor Flanagan
Graphing lines
by Professor Veczko
Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Definition of Parallel Lines
by Professor Flanagan
Definition of Perpendicular Lines
by Professor Flanagan
Determining if two lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither
by Professor Reed
Given the slope of a line, finding the slope of all lines parallel/perpendicular
by Professor Flanagan
Parallel and Perpendicular lines
by Professor Veczko
Parallel and Perpendicular lines
by Professor Colarusso
Horizontal and Vertical Lines
Horizontal and Vertical Lines
by Professor Veczko
Vertical Lines (The graph of x=1)
by Professor Flanagan
Horizontal Lines (The graph of y=-3)
by Professor Flanagan
Horizontal Lines (The graph of y=4)
by Professor Flanagan
Vertical Lines (The graph of x=4)
by Professor Flanagan
Finding the Equation of a Line
Finding the slope-intercept equation of a line, given two points on the line
by Professor Flanagan
Finding the slope-intercept equation of a line given a point and parallel to another line
by Professor Woodward
Finding the slope-intercept equation of a line given a point and perpendicular to another line
by Professor Flanagan
Applying the slope-intercept equation to cost
by Professor Flanagan
Applications of linear equations
by Professor Veczko
The equation of a line (Part 1)
by Professor Veczko
The equation of a line (Part 2)
by Professor Veczko
The Midpoint Formula
The midpoint formula
by Professor Reed