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Algebra I Chapter 6

Chater 6 definitions and equations

Positive Rate of Change Graph slants up from left to right
Negative Rate of Change Graph slants down from left to right
Zero Rate of Change Horizontal line
Rate of Change Rise/Run
Slope Rise/Run
Rate of Change Equation (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)
Slope Equation (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)
Zero Slope Horizontal line
Undefined Slope Vertical line
Y-Intercept Where the line intercepts the Y axis. (0, #)
Slope-Intercept Form y=mx+b
X-Intercept Where the line intercepts the X axis. (#, 0)
Point-Slope Formula (y-k)=m(x-h)
Line of Best Fit Line that averages all the points on the graph.
Linear Regression Calculators way of calculating a more accurate line of best fit.
Standard Form of an Equation Ax+By=C
Graphing Linear Inequalities 1. Rewrite equations with = 2. Solid or dashed line 3. Shade
Created by: turners