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Writing and Graphing Equations
Transcript of Writing and Graphing Equations
x-x2 If you dont have any equation, but you have cordonate grid points then you can use this formula If you had a problem that looks more like (2,3) and (5,2), then you could solve it by putting it in this format. o These lines are perpendicular, but not at a 90 degree angle. Try this problem... Let's say you have a problem with cordinate grip points like (6,2) and (5,1) First, you need to find X and Y, where each number stands in the formula. Then you put the cordinate points in the formula to find slope. Then reduce your fraction. Now, you have the slope so we need to graph it. Then, let's say you also have an equation like 9x-3y=6. First, you must put it in slope-intercept form. Here you see that the y-intercept is (-2) and the slope is 3/1. The two lines cross at this point. This is the cordinate point (-1,0). This problem is a one solution answer because they intersect at one defined point. The answer is (-1,0). Thankyou for listening to my prezi-tation.