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Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
Linear equation 2 2
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  • 1. Linear Equation
    • (+, -, x) of a variable or constant
    • exponent of the variable is only 1
    • variables may not be multiplied
    • variable cannot be the denominator
    • graph of linear equation is always a straight line
    • Page 66 #s 15 - 22
  • 2. Writing an equation in Standard Form Ax + By = C
    • 10y = 7x + 13
    • The 1 st step is to multiply both sides by 10 .
  • 3. 2.) Writing an equation in Standard Form Ax + By = C
    • 10y = 7x + 13
    • 10y -7x = 7x -7x + 13
    • -7x + 10y = 13
  • 4. 1.) Writing an equation in Standard Form Ax + By = C
    • y = 2/5x - 3
    • The 1 st step is to multiply both sides by 5 .
    Why?
  • 5. 1.) Writing an equation in Standard Form Ax + By = C
    • y = 2/5x - 3
    • (5) y = (2/5x - 3) 5
    • 5y = 2x - 15
    • 5y -2x = 2x -2x - 15
    • -2x + 5y = -15
  • 6. Page 66 #s 27 - 38
  • 7. What does it mean to INTERCEPT a pass in football?
    • The path of the defender crosses the path of the thrown football.
    In algebra, what are x- and y-intercepts?
  • 8. What are the x- and y-intercepts?
    • The x-intercept is where the graph crosses the x-axis.
    • The y-coordinate is always 0.
    • The y-intercept is where the graph crosses the y-axis.
    • The x-coordinate is always 0.
    (2, 0) (0, 6)
  • 9. Find the x- and y-intercepts. 1. x - 2y = 12 x-intercept: Plug in 0 for y. x - 2( 0 ) = 12 x = 12; (12, 0) y-intercept: Plug in 0 for x. 0 - 2y = 12 y = -6; (0, -6)
  • 10. Find the x- and y-intercepts. 2. -3x + 5y = 9 x-intercept: Plug in 0 for y. -3x - 5( 0 ) = 9 -3x = 9 x = -3; (-3, 0) y-intercept: Plug in 0 for x. -3( 0 ) + 5y = 9 5y = 9 y = ; (0, )
  • 11. Find the x- and y-intercepts. 3. y = 7 ***Special case*** x-intercept: Plug in 0 for y. Does 0 = 7? No! There is no x-intercept. None What type of lines have no x-intercept? Horizontal! Remember VUXHOY? Horizontal lines…y = 7…y-int = (0, 7)
  • 12. What is the x-intercept of 3x – 4y = 24?
    • (3, 0)
    • (8, 0)
    • (0, -4)
    • (0, -6)
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  • 13. What is the y-intercept of -x + 2y = 8?
    • (-1, 0)
    • (-8, 0)
    • (0, 2)
    • (0, 4)
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  • 14. What is the y-intercept of x = 3?
    • (3, 0)
    • (-3, 0)
    • (0, 3)
    • None
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