Unformatted text preview: @ E_)£gr'ti§_é qura; o..5 of 1_,I':\t; As;ignmgnt_5&nm='793s (24.5foF:3'1_pt_s]_ _31 @1531 compl
Graph the equation and identify the 3 Graph the Equation and identify the a
yintercept. __ _ __ _ yIntercept. iZl— I Cl. I. I LI
3’: 4x _ T I: y = 8X  9 Fl 53 [i i] I I
_ I
. . I: . :I I: :I I _
Use the graphing tool on the right to graph the _ P 9t at least three points. The ﬁrst two _I l—I I_ _I I X
equation '   points determine the line, and the ther . _ _l i . r
.ygf:1<5_ ' alows you to be sure you have not made _ 12 {WI—TB A]
I: I: any errors. I— — I —
 ' _ __ I !
. .  — — ' — — — I
Tie yIntercept 1s Z I: Tie ﬁrst step is to ﬁnd a set of ordered _ i: I:i_ i_U_
(’"ype an ordered pair.) '_ ,: pairs that are solutions to the equation. l:l— I: Cl— I  rl Substitute x=3 into the equation. y=8(3J—9
=24,9
:15 The ﬁrst point is (3,15). Substitute x=2 into the equation. Question is complete. Roll your mouse over the red indicators to see incorrect answers. y=8(2)—9
' . , . . = 16— 9
ﬁltpamehowing . . .. . _7
'._ ' — The second point is (2,7).
Plot (3,15)
Plot (2,7). After plotting both points, graph the line as
shown on the right. Choose a third value for X to check that the correct line has been graphed. Use *1 for
. Y
flan flmrr‘l val": an Question is complete. ...
View
Full Document
 Fall '09
 CHRISDEETER

Click to edit the document details