
The informaton given here can be entered directly into the y = mx + b or slopeintercept form. Then the yintercept is used as a starting point where you apply rise over run to the given slope to…


Another demo on how to use the yintercept to start a graph of a linear equation and then use the slope to find other points on the graph. It finishes with showing the line representing all of the…


Just a short demo of how read the location of an (x, y) point on a Cartesian coordinate graph


Looks at the three types of graphs that can occur with a system of two linear equaltions in two variables.


Demonstrates how to make t his graph per instructions, and also shows how to deal with a fractional leading coefficient.


Shows how to substitute zero for y to find the xintercept and zero for x to find the yintercept.


Just showing how to locate different fractions on a number l ine


Just a quick demonstratioin of putting dots and coordinates on a line graph.


Explains why the midpoint formula works, and then uses it to find the halfway point between two given points.


Demonstrates the quickest way to find a minimum or maximum value for a quadratic function.


A complete discussion about how we can create an equation in two variables based on knowing only two points on the graph of this equation. Two methods are shown so the student can choose the method…


This video explains the rectangular coordinate system and labels its parts, then shows how to plot points.


This video demonstrates how to tabulate ordered pairs in order to graph an absolute value function.


This video explains the slopes of horizontal and vertical lines.


Given y=mx + b, this video shows how to use the bvalue to create the yintercept and then use the slope to find other points.
