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1.2 Linear Equations in 2 Variables

1.2 Linear Equations in 2 Variables

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Author: Chris Melograna
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After watching this video, students will be able to:

  • Graph a line in slope intercept form
  • Put any equation into slope-intercept form
  • Find the slope between 2 points
  • Find equations of parallel and perpendicular lines through finding the slope and then using point-slope form to get the resulting equation into slope-intercept form

 

 

After completion of watching this video and taking the notes, the following assignment will be done in class which goes over these topics in 1.2:

 

P. 21-24/ 10-16 (even), 21-25 (odd), 40, 42, 60, 62, 68, 70, 72, 87, 88

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Tutorial

Notesheet for the video on 1.2: Linear Equations

You must complete the notes on this handout from watching the video. Please do #2, 8, and 13a on your own after watching the video and taking the notes!

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1.2: Linear Equations

This video goes over review of basic algebra 1 concepts such as graphing lines using slope -intercept form, finding the slope between 2 points, and using point-slope form for finding equations for parallel and perpendicular lines.

Google form for 1.2

Please fill out the following google form on the previous video.

Classwork assignment

The classwork assignment on 1.2 is on Pages 21-24: 10-16 (even), 21-25 (odd), 40, 42, 60, 62, 68, 70, 72, 87, 88