 # Lesson 6.2 Slope-Intercept Form Objective 1: Writing Linear Equations Linear Equation – an equation whose graph is a straight line when graphed Y-Intercept.

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Lesson 6.2 Slope-Intercept Form Objective 1: Writing Linear Equations Linear Equation – an equation whose graph is a straight line when graphed Y-Intercept – Where a line crosses the y-axis (0, y) Slope-Intercept Form y = mx + b slope y-intercept

Y = 3x – 6 Y = -4x + 7 2x + 3Y = 6

Slope = -3 and y-int = 5 slope = 2/3 and y-int = -9

Check Understanding Any questions from objective 1?

Objective 2: Graphing Linear Equations

Check Understanding

Any questions from objective 2?

Homework: Closure: Explain how changing the value of m affects the graph of a line. Explain how changing the value of b affect the graph of a line. ***Remember to date and highlight this entry!!!

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