1) Where is the y-intercept located in a table?
2) Get out your homework and unit plan.
I can use slope triangles to prove a line has a constant rate of change.
I can graph and write linear equations in slope-intercept form.
I can compare the slope of linear equations written in different forms.
I can write linear equations given a table, given a slope and a point, and given 2 points.
Go to your student reflection #10 and answer the question:
When solving for "b", where do the x and y values come from?
Equation from Point & Slope WS
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