In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to graph a linear equation in 3 different ways. The first way is to use the table of values. It is the slowest method but it always work. It is the most useful. The second way is to use the slopeintercept. It is more faster than the table of values and is very versatile. The third way is to use the interceptintercept. It is the fastest and easiest method to do. This video will benefit those viewers who are learning about graphing in mathematics and would like to know the difference between the 3 methods to graph a linear equation.
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