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Copy of Slope-Intercept Form Line Art

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Hallie Parten

on 19 July 2013

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Final Project:
The Slope-Intercept Form Line Art
Due: Friday, July 25

Step 1
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Step 4
Objective: Create a picture, using graph paper, and determine the equation of each line used within your drawing.
Get a piece of graphing paper and design a picture. The picture should have at least (30 lines total):
• TEN (10) lines with a positive slope
• TEN (10) lines with a negative slope
• FIVE (5) lines with a zero slope
• FIVE (5) lines with an undefined slope.
Label each line of your drawing with a number from #1 - #30
Determine the equation for 12 out of 30 lines created. You must find the equation of 4 positive slope lines, 4 negative slope lines, 2 zero slope lines, and 2 undefined slope lines.
Color the picture that you created
Complete the attached information for your picture.
Step 5
a. Find the slope of he line using two points. Use the slope formula.
b. You can find the equation of your line in slope intercept form or in point-slope form. However, all final equations must be written in slope-intercept form.

ALL work needs to be shown to receive full credit
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