Using Table to Graph Lines Exs

Linear equaons x a example graph x 3 here no maer

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Unformatted text preview: the value of x is, y is always 3. We will find the x ­intercept by plugging in y = 0 into the equa+on and solving for x. 0 = 3 Linear Equa+ons, y = a Example. Graph y = 3. Here, no ma\er what the value of x is, y is always 3. We will find the x ­intercept by plugging in y = 0 into the equa+on and solving for x. 0 = 3 Since this is not a true statement, there is no x ­intercept. Linear Equa+ons, y = a Example. Graph y = 3. Here, no ma\er what the value of x is, y is always 3. We will find the x ­intercept by plugging in y = 0 into the equa+on and solving for x. 0 = 3 Since this is not a true statement, there is no x ­intercept. We will find the y ­intercept by plugging in x = 0 into the equa+on and solving for y. Linear Equa+ons, y = a Example. Graph y = 3. Here, no ma\er what the value of x is, y is always 3. We will find the x ­intercept by plugging in y = 0 into the equa+on and solving for x. 0 = 3 Since this is not a true statement, there is no x ­intercept. We will find the y ­intercept by plugging in x = 0 into the equa+on and solving for y. y = 3 Therefore, the y ­intercept is (0,3). Linear Equa+o...
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2014 for the course MATH 133 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '11 term at American InterContinental University.

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