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# Linear Equations

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Author: Aaron Nunley
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This lesson is designed to provide students with a clear explanation of how to work with linear equations.  I have a lot of students who are missing school due to illness currently and I am using this as an alternative means of instruction.  I will be adding to the lesson as time permits, and will be rearranging as I go.  Please pardon any gaps as my priority is to focus on topics currently being missed.

Thanks!

This lesson provides videos and notes for:

Finding the Equation of a Line

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Graphing Inequalities

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Tutorial

## Point Slope Equation

This lesson develops the slope intercept equation from the slope formula and shows students how they can use it to find the equation of a line when given a slope and any point or when given two points.

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## Applying the Point Slope Equation

This video provides 2 examples of how the point slope equation can be used to solve problems.

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## Notes for Video on Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

These notes accompany the video on parallel and perpendicular lines.

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## Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

This video describes how to determine whether lines are parallel or perpendicular. It also shows how to find an equation that is parallel or perpendicular to a given line that passes through a particular point.

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## Notes for Video on Graphing Inequalities

These notes accompany the video on Graphing Linear Inequalities

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## Graphing Linear Inequalities

This video shows students how to graph a linear inequality including explanation of dotted v. solid lines, shading, and test points. It also has a quick review of graphing using slope-intercept form and graphing by intercepts.

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