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- 1. Algebra Warm Up: pg. 752 Lesson 5.4 # 1-4, 13-15, 25 to
- 2. You have learned so far... 1. How to identify x and y intercepts from an equation 2. How to graph an equation using the slope and y intercept 3. How to find and equation for a line using 2 points Also you can graph a line using a T-chart. 1. Put equation in y = mx + b form (what is that called?) 2. Make a T-chart 3. Pick different x values including 0 and at least one negative number 4. Substitute values and solve for y 5. Plot the points 6. Connect the dots
- 3. So now you have a choice BUT you need to know both methods becasue I will test you on both. A) Graph an equation using slope and y intrecpet. B) Graph equation using T-Chart

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