37 videos in "Graphing Lines"

Graphing Standard Form

Graphing Lines

Graphing Linear Equations

Table of Values  Linear Algebra

Using Intercepts to Graph Linear Equations

Variables in graphs

Graphing Linear Equations Part 1

Graphing Linear Equations Part 2

Graphing 1  Coordinates

Graphing 2  Ordered Pairs as Solutions to Equations

Graphing 3  Finding ordered pair solutions to equations

Graphing 4  Making a table of values

Graphing 5  solving an equation for y and graphing with a table

Graphing 6  Horizontal and Vertical Lines

Graphing 7  x and y intercepts

Graphing 8  graphing with intercepts and tables

Graphing 13  Graphing using slope and a point

Graphing 15  Slopeintercept Form 1

Graphing 16  SlopeIntercept Form 2

Graphing 17  Summary of 3 methods

Graphing linear equations in y = mx + b (slope intercept) form

Finding Intercepts of a Linear Equation

Graphing a Linear Equation

Finding Intercepts from an Equation

Finding Intercepts of a Linear Equation

Understanding y = mx + b

Finding Intercepts from a Linear Equation

Graphing a Linear Equation using a Table

Graphing a Line with Missing Parts

Graphing an Equation in Standard Form

Graphing an Equation using Intercepts

Graphing an Equation using Intercepts

Graphing by Finding Intercepts

Graphing a Line with Intercepts

Writing Equation in Standard Form and Graphing

Finding Intercepts of a Line

Graphing a Line by Finding Intercepts
Graphing 15  Slopeintercept Form 1
 How do you graph a line using the slopeintercept method?
 What is slopeintercept form of a line?
 What do m and b stand for in y = mx + b?
 How do you graph y = 2x  3 without using a table?
 What do m and b equal in y = 2x  3?
 How can you check to make sure that a point is on a line?
 How can you check to make sure that (3, 3) is on the line y = 2x  3?
 What are m and b in y = 2/3x + 1?
 How do you graph the line y = 2/3x + 1?
 How do you identify the slope and yintercept of a line from an equation?
 How can you check that the point (3, 1) is on the line y = 2/3x + 1?
 How do you graph the line y = 4x?
 What are the slope and yintercept of the equation y = 4x?
 How can you check that the point (1, 4) is on the line y = 4x?
 How do you graph the line y = 2?
 How do you graph a line if there is no x?
 What are the slope and yintercept of a horizontal line like y = 2?
This lesson is one of the most memorable from all of Algebra  learning to graph a line from an equation in slopeintercept form. This is an essential and very valuable lesson, and all ideas, including the concept of #/+# being the same as +#/# to graph the line, are explained very well.