Graph the line whose y-intercept is 9 and whose x-intercept is 3.

- anonymous

Graph the line whose y-intercept is 9 and whose x-intercept is 3.

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- anonymous

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- cpinder

Intercept is where a line crosses the axis. So, where would you cross the y axis and where would you cross the x axis?

- anonymous

Um im not sure

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- cpinder

Graph a line who's Y intercept is NINE and who's x intercept is THREE.

- jim_thompson5910

here's a blank xy axis
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- jim_thompson5910

`y-intercept is 9`
where is that on the blank xy axis?

- anonymous

LIke this?

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- jim_thompson5910

@anaaxcx click the pencil on my drawing
then plot where you think 9 is on the xy axis

- jim_thompson5910

sorry, if the y intercept is 9, where would that be on the xy axis?

- anonymous

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- cpinder

That point is (3,9). The coordinate for an intercept on the y axis is (0, #) and for the x axis is (#, 0).

- jim_thompson5910

the y axis is the vertical axis
so the y intercept must go on this vertical axis somewhere

- jim_thompson5910

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- anonymous

Right yeah I get the part that you have to put it on its vertical axis

- jim_thompson5910

so you agree that it would be like this, right?
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- anonymous

Yes I agree

- jim_thompson5910

that point is one tick below the 10, so on the "9" of the y axis number line

- anonymous

yes I see that

- jim_thompson5910

That point is the ordered pair (0,9)
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- cpinder

Okay, so that is the y intercept 9. Now where will the x intercept be?

- anonymous

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- cpinder

That is the y axis. The x axis is the horizontal one. Try again.

- anonymous

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- jim_thompson5910

much better

- cpinder

Very good. Now, connect the dots and you will have your line who's y intercept is 9 and who's x intercept is 3.

- anonymous

AH thanks!! I got it

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