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# Intercepts by Substitution

## Graphing equations that form lines by finding x and y intercepts

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## Using the X & Y-Intercepts to Graph A Linear Equation

by Susan Sudberry //basic
Identify x and y-intercepts when problem solving.
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## Intercepts by Substitution

by Michelle Whittaker //basic
Learn how to graph linear equations by finding intercepts using substitution.
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## Intercepts by Substitution

by Barbara Zingg //basic
Learn how to graph linear equations by finding intercepts using substitution.
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## Intercepts and the Cover-Up Method

by Barbara Zingg //basic
Learn how to find intercepts using the Cover-Up Method.
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## Intercepts and the Cover- Up Method

by Kevin Cui //basic
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## Intercepts & the Cover-Up Method

by Meera Santhanam //basic
This study guide reviews how to find the x & y intercepts of a line from the equation.
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## Graphs

by Kyle Bardman //basic
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## Using Intercepts

by Galaxy Portillo //basic