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/ 5.2 Graphs of Straight Lines (continued, p.2) IV. Graphing a (linear) Equation: 1. The graph of either y = mx + b or Ax + By = C is always a &quot;straight line.&quot; 2. find 3 points P1, P2 &amp; P3 whose coordinates are ordered pair (x,y) solutions to the equation, and plot them on the xy-coordinate system... x x1 x2 x3 y y1 y2 y3 plot the 3 points V. Examples (pp.271-273): Exer.#30,38,76,82...

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/ 5.2 Graphs of Straight Lines (continued, p.2) IV. Graphing a (linear) Equation: 1. The graph of either y = mx + b or Ax + By = C is always a "straight line." 2. find 3 points P1, P2 & P3 whose coordinates are ordered pair (x,y) solutions to the equation, and plot them on the xy-coordinate system... x x1 x2 x3 y y1 y2 y3 plot the 3 points V. Examples (pp.271-273): Exer.#30,38,76,82 5.2 / Graphs of Straight Lines (continued, p.3) VI. Intercepts (p.267): a. x-intercept is the point (a,0) where the graph crosses the x-axis b. y-intercept is the point (0,b) where the graph crosses the y-axis VII. Examples (p.274): Exercises #88,94,102 VIII. Anomalous Two Lines (p.268): a. Vertical line, x = a b. Horizontal line, y = b IX. Examples (p.274): Exercises #84,86 HW: pp.271-274 / Exercises #29-45(odd), 63-111(every other odd) 5.3 / Slope of a Straight Line I. Slope of a line (p.276): number corresponding to the inclination (i.e., degree of tilt) of a line... a. designated by the letter "m" b. defined as the ratio between the...

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