This video is an instructional guide about Graph Linear Equations presented in algebraic form. It is an easy to follow, step by step guide to solving such equations using the graph intercept formula. The first example equation is Y = 2x 1 over y = mx + b. The video then shows you how to breakdown the equation into manageable sums using fractions to represent the data, and then presents the formula for interpreting the answer from these sums onto the graph coordinates. The second and third examples elaborate on the graph intercept formula with more complicated equations that that are also likely to appear on many graph linear based math tests. The audio commentary is very helpful and moves at a pace which is easy to understand, and is a perfect accompaniment to the video which is also clear, instructive and helpful.
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