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WARM UP Using the following table and y = mx + b; 1) What is the y? 2) What is the b? xy
USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? It is constant (it is going to be a number and stay that number) Answer: m or b
USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? Stays “x” when writing an equation. Answer x
USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? Dependent Variable Answer: y
USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? Is in the second column of a table. Answer: y
USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? Pattern of change! Answer: m
USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? INPUT Answer: x
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USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? It stays “y” when writing an equation. Answer: y
USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? Independent Variable Answer: x
USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? y – intercept (Where the graph crosses the y – axis.) Answer: b
USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? SLOPE Answer: m
USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? First column in a table. Answer: x
USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? OUTPUT Answer: y
USING : y = mx + b What does this describe? Coefficient of x. Answer: m
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