# hands-on activity: competition time matching: slope-intercept form & graphmatching: slope-intercept...

Post on 17-Jan-2016

214 views

Embed Size (px)

TRANSCRIPT

Hands-on Activity: Competition TimeMatching: Slope-Intercept Form & Graph

Home-Learning Assignment #3 - Review

What we Know so far.Slope Intercept FormWhere m is the slope and b is the interceptName:Date: Period:Quick Review:Topic: 1. Point-Slope Form 2. Standard FormEssential Question: What can be used to write and graph the equation of a line? Which form would better help me graph & write linear equations?

Objective:In this lesson you will learn a different strategy one that uses the point-slope form of an equation of a linePreviously you learned one strategy for writing a linear equation when given the slope and a point on the line..

The New Stuff Point- Slope FormPoint- Slope form is:Where m is the slope and (x1,y1) is the given point

Example #1Write the equation of the line that goes through the point (2, 3) and has a slope of 4.Point = (2, 3)Slope = 4y y1 = m (x x1)y + 3 = 4 (x 2)Starting with the point slope form Plug in the y-value, the slope, and the x-value to getNotice, that when you replaced the y1 it became +3.

Write the Equation in Point-Slope FormStep 1: Plug it in

What is the graph of y 1 = (x 2)?

???Using two points to write an equation in point-slope form(0,-3)

Standard FormAx + By = C

x-intercept - the point (ordered pair) where a line crosses the x-axis.y-intercept - the point (ordered pair) where a line crosses the y-axis.The word intercept means to cross.

Using Standard Form:To find an intercept, set the other variable equal to zero.3x 5y = 15Ax + By = C

1) 3x + 4y = 242) 7x + 8y = 21Your Turn (Find x & y-intercept):

Graph using X & Y-intercepts:1) 3x + 4y = 242) 7x + 8y = 21

Graphing Horizontal Lines: Slope is zero. Equation form is y = #.a) y = -2

b) y = 3

c) y = 1

Graphing Vertical Lines: Slope is undefined. Equation form is x = #.a) x = -1

b) x = 3

c) x = 4

Transforming to Standard Form (Ax + By = C):y = 3x + 4y = 3/7x + 4y 2 = - 1/3(x + 6)

Making the connection:How can I write the following point-slope form in slope-intercept form?y + 3 = 4 (x 2)

How can I write the following standard form in slope-intercept form?-4x + y = - 11

Practice:Page 316-318(2-6, 12, 35) Page 323 (6)

Review for Exam #4

Wrap-Up:Vocabulary & Forms ReviewHLA #4: Point-Slope Form & Standard FormPage 316 318 (14, 16, 39)Page 324 (12, 14)

Recommended