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Graphing a Linear Equation in Standard Form
Common Core: A.CED.2 A.REI.10

Graphing a Linear Equation in Standard Form

Author: Joseph Baxter
This lesson demonstrates how to graph a linear equation in standard form.
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  • Answer 1
    luma alo over 1 year ago

    will this be hard on a test?

      Jess Lance answered about 1 year ago

      Probably a little late, but with simple equations, no. Simply maneuver any equation so that y is by itself on the left-hand side. On the right hand, the number that is by itself (no x attached) is your y-intercept on the graph - in this case (0,4). The number attached to the x is your slope. Remember it is rise over run (or in the case of negatives, descend over run). That means move up (or down) and then one over. If your slope is 1/2, then it means move up one and over two.

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