This video shows you how to graph an equation in standard form. In easy to understand instructions, you will learn how to find the x and y intercepts in order to put those two points on a graph, creating a line. Finding the intercepts is as easy as plugging in zero and solving for either x or y. This creates an ordered pair, which can then be graphed. The points are plotted easily on a Cartesian plane, which completes the problem.
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