How to Graph Linear Equations by X & Y Intercepts?


In a linear relationship, there are X and Y intercepts. The linear equations of the X and Y intercepts can be graphed by solving the equation involved to obtain the coordinates or generalizing the equation and setting the coordinate not being solved as being equal to 0. Once the coordinates are determined, a graph has to be drawn with the x and y axes and the point is placed at the appropriate points along the axis.
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