When you begin to graph equations you will need to know how to do so in different ways.
In this tutorial, learn exactly how to graph linear equations by plotting points.
This video will go over the process with you step by step. The whole equation will be shown to you, as it is written, on paper so you can easily follow along.
So, grab a pencil and some scrap sheets and follow along. If you have trouble you can always restart the video. Good luck!
How To: Graph a linear equation by plotting points
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