x-intercepts and y-intercepts of linear functions's Full Profile
There are many ways to graph a line and this tutorial covers one of the simpler ones. Since you only need two points for a line, let's find what value an equation takes on when x = 0 (essentially the y-intercept) and what value it takes on when y = 0 (the x-intercept). Then we can graph the line by going through those two points.
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- Topics: Algebra, General Mathematics
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