intercepts_linear_graphing_new.pdf - Section 2: Practice

intercepts_linear_graphing_new.pdf

Graphing Linear Functions Using Intercepts

Unit 2: Linear Functions
Lesson 12 of 19

Big Idea: Finding the intercepts of a function can be a useful way to determine some coordinates that satisfy the equation of that function.

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