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Graphing using the x and y intercepts
- This video defines the x and y intercepts, and shows how to graph a "linear equation" using the x and y intercepts of the equation.
- The x-intercept of a linear equation is where the line (..representing the equation), "intercepts ...or crosses" the x-axis.
- The y-intercept of a linear equation is where the line (..representing the equation), "intercepts ...or crosses" the y-axis