So often, books and instructors jump into teaching lines without diving into what they really represent. In this segment of Yay Math in Studio, we explore lines, in all their forms. Standard Form, Slope-Intercept, T-charts, x-intercepts, and y-intercepts to name a few. We also cover horizontal and vertical lines, and graph them. YAY MATH!
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