## Today's Objective

# Key Vocabulary

*x*-INTERCEPT

*y*-INTERCEPT

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UNIT

3

3.6: Find the Equation of a Line on a Graph

Students graph a linear equation and compute the \(x\)- and \(y\)- intercepts (e.g., graph \(2x + 6y = 4\)). ~~They are also able to sketch the region defined by a linear inequality (e.g., they sketch the region defined by ~~ \(2x + 6y < 4\) ).

DECONSTRUCTION

OBJECTIVES

KEY VOCABULARY

STAR ITEMS

TAKE A QUIZ

Students, when given the graph of a line, will be able to state the corresponding linear equation in slope-intercept form.

POINT

AXES

QUADRANT

COORDINATE PLANE

DATA TABLE

GRAPH

LINEAR

LINEAR EQUATION

SLOPE

STANDARD FORM

SLOPE-INTERCEPT FORM

INTERSECT

RISE

ORIGIN

RUN

COORDINATE

PLOT

LINEAR INEQUALITY