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Graphing and Writing

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How is the Slope-intercept form written? y=mx+b
How is the Point-slope form written? y-y1=m(x-x1)
To write using function notation, you would replace "y" with? f(x)
When told to find an equation of the line through (?,?) and (?,?) what must you do first to solve this equation? You first must find the slope by using m= y2-y1/x2-x1
To solve this problem f(x) you must creat something, what is it you will create? You have to creat a table of ordered pairs in order to graph this function. You must have at least two points.
All linear equations are linear functions except what type of line? A vertical line.
What letter in the equation f(x)=mx+b stands for the slope? The letter "m" indicates the slope
Each graph is divided into four sections, what are each of these sections called? Each of the four sections of the graph a called a Quadrant.
What type of lines have the same slope, are in the same plane, and do not intersect? Parallel lines.
If the slope of two lines is -1 what type of lines would you have? Perpendicular lines
Created by: nweaver