# 6.3 - x and y intercepts) 4-= y Graph using standard form...

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Section 6.3 Standard Form

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Warm-Up/Review: What is slope-intercept form? Graph and write an equation for the line passing through (0,1) and (5,8)
Standard Form: C By Ax = +

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Graphing in Standard Form **If you’re asked to graph a line in standard form, the easiest thing to do is find the x and y intercepts. X –intercept Y- intercept
Graph using standard form (Find the - x and y intercepts) 12 4 7 = + y x

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Graph using standard form (Find the - x and y intercepts) 21 9 3 = + - y x
Graph using standard form (Find the - x and y intercepts) 24 3 4 = + y x

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Unformatted text preview: x and y intercepts) 4-= y Graph using standard form (Find the -x and y intercepts) 6 = x The following table shows how many calories a 150lb person burns by doing certain activities: Activity Calories Burned Per Minute Bicycling 10 Bowling 4 Hiking 7 Write an equation (in standard form) for how long a person would have to bike and bowl to burn 300 calories. Homework # ____ Homework #3: Page301, (1-9 odd), (14-20 even) (21-25 ALL) & 36, 44 *** LABEL THE INTERCEPTS ON ALL YOUR GRAPHS...
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## This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course ALGEBRA 098 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '09 term at Grand Valley State University.

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6.3 - x and y intercepts) 4-= y Graph using standard form...

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