This is a follow-up practice to our lesson on Graphing Using X and Y Intercepts. If you studied this lesson, then you are ready to practice a problem on your own.
If you have not studied this lesson on x and y intercepts , please go back and review the examples and then try this problem on your own.
Directions: Graph the line using the x and y intercept if possible. If you need to, rewrite the equation in slope intercept form and then graph.
1. 3x +4y = 12
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- Graphing using a table of values
- Calculating slope
- Graphing slope
- Using slope intercept form
- Slope Intercept Form Practice Problems
- Rate of Change word problems
- Rate of Change Practice Problems
- Standard Form Equations -
Converting to Slope Intercept Form
- Standard form equations -
Using x and y intercepts
Now you are ready to move onto the Writing Equations Unit!
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