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X-Intercept Y-Intercept

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TRANSCRIPT X-Intercept Y-Intercept X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

Picture: X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

Picture:

ordered pair:

(1, 0) X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

Picture:

ordered pair:

(1, 0)

NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS! X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

Picture:

ordered pair:

(1, 0)

NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept: X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

Picture:

ordered pair:

(1, 0)

NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0 X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

Picture:

ordered pair:

(1, 0)

NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

Picture:

ordered pair:

(1, 0)

NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

-3 = -3x

x = 1 X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

Picture:

ordered pair:

(1, 0)

NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

-3 = -3x

x = 1 step 3: write as an ordered pair X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

Picture:

ordered pair:

(1, 0)

NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

-3 = -3x

x = 1 step 3: write as an ordered pair

(1, 0) X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

• where the graph crosses the y-axis

Picture:

ordered pair:

(1, 0)NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

-3 = -3x

x = 1 step 3: write as an ordered pair

(1, 0) X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

• where the graph crosses the y-axis

Picture: Picture:

ordered pair:

(1, 0)NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

-3 = -3x

x = 1 step 3: write as an ordered pair

(1, 0) X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

• where the graph crosses the y-axis

Picture: Picture:

ordered pair: ordered pair:

(1, 0) (0,3)NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

-3 = -3x

x = 1 step 3: write as an ordered pair

(1, 0) X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

• where the graph crosses the y-axis

Picture: Picture:

ordered pair: ordered pair:

(1, 0) (0,3)NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

NOTE: x = 0 ALWAYS!

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

-3 = -3x

x = 1 step 3: write as an ordered pair

(1, 0) X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

• where the graph crosses the y-axis

Picture: Picture:

ordered pair: ordered pair:

(1, 0) (0,3)NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

NOTE: x = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the y-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

-3 = -3x

x = 1 step 3: write as an ordered pair

(1, 0) X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

• where the graph crosses the y-axis

Picture: Picture:

ordered pair: ordered pair:

(1, 0) (0,3)NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

NOTE: x = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the y-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

y = -3x + 3 step 1: x= 0

-3 = -3x

x = 1 step 3: write as an ordered pair

(1, 0) X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

• where the graph crosses the y-axis

Picture: Picture:

ordered pair: ordered pair:

(1, 0) (0,3)NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

NOTE: x = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the y-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

y = -3x + 3 step 1: x= 0

y = -3(0) + 3 step 2: solve for y

-3 = -3x

x = 1 step 3: write as an ordered pair

(1, 0) X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

• where the graph crosses the y-axis

Picture: Picture:

ordered pair: ordered pair:

(1, 0) (0,3)NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

NOTE: x = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the y-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

y = -3x + 3 step 1: x= 0

y = -3(0) + 3 step 2: solve for y

-3 = -3x

x = 1 step 3: write as an ordered pair

(1, 0)

y = 3 X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

• where the graph crosses the y-axis

Picture: Picture:

ordered pair: ordered pair:

(1, 0) (0,3)NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

NOTE: x = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the y-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

y = -3x + 3 step 1: x= 0

y = -3(0) + 3 step 2: solve for y

-3 = -3x

x = 1 step 3: write as an ordered pair

(1, 0)

y = 3 step 3: write as an ordered pair X-Intercept Y-Intercept• where the graph crosses the x-axis

• where the graph crosses the y-axis

Picture: Picture:

ordered pair: ordered pair:

(1, 0) (0,3)NOTE: y = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the x-intercept:

NOTE: x = 0 ALWAYS!

To find the y-intercept:

y = -3x + 3 step 1: y= 0

0 = -3x + 3 step 2: solve for x

y = -3x + 3 step 1: x= 0

y = -3(0) + 3 step 2: solve for y

-3 = -3x

x = 1 step 3: write as an ordered pair

(1, 0)

y = 3 step 3: write as an ordered pair

(0, 3)