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#### Summer Math Projects

Summer learning loss can be one of the most tragic things to happen to a student's academic success, as well as cause much frustration for educators. Stop the learning loss in math with five summer projects intended for middle and high...

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#### Understanding Latitude and Longitude

Teaching learners about latitude and longitude can get a little complicated. Present the concept by first representing it as a graph. Just like finding a location on a graph using the x and y-axis, learners will be able to locate items...

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#### What's the X-Intercept?

In a linear equation, the x-intercept is really just the point where the graph of the line crosses the x-axis.

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#### Ordered Pairs

Students practice graphing numbers. In this ordered pairs lesson, students read The Polar Express, learn about ordered pairs, and practice graphing with the X and Y axis.

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#### How Do You Find the X- and Y-Intercepts of a Line If You Have a Graph?

The x-intercept is the point at which the line of the equation crosses the x-axis. The y-intercept is the point at which the line of the same equation crosses the y-axis. It's as easy as that. Look at your graph and note these locations.

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#### How Do You Find the X- and Y-Intercepts of a Line If You Have a Graph?

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#### What's the X-Intercept?

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#### What is the X-Coordinate?

How are ordered pairs, coordinate points, and graphing related to each other? What is the importance of the x-coordinate? Does it matter what order you write an ordered pair in? Yes! The x-coordinate is always written first. Always! And...

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#### What is the X-Axis?

Just a simple straightforward definition and example of what constitutes the x-axis.

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#### How Do You Use X- and Y-Intercepts To Graph a Line In Standard Form?

Given a linear equation, find the x-intercept and the y-intercept to graph the line. Not sure what to do or where to start? Watch this video and see the instructor break it down and make it understandable.

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#### What's the Y-Intercept?

In a linear equation, the y-intercept is really just the point where the graph of the line crosses the y-axis.

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#### Graphing Using X and Y Intercepts

After defining intercept, Sal solves a simple equation to identify each intercept and then plots the line on a graph. This video would quite nicely complement an introductory lesson on graphing.

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#### How Do You Find the X- and Y-Intercepts of a Line in Slope-Intercept From?

Find the x and y intercepts in a given linear equation written in slope intercept form. Piece of cake! There are just two things to do. First, substitute 0 for x and solve to find the y-value. Then substitute 0 for y to find the value of...

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#### Ball Bounce

Students explore statistics by completing a graphing activity in class. In this physics instructional activity, students utilize a ball which they bounce and measure the height and distance of. Students graph their results on a X and Y...

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#### Coordinate Pairs: An Introduction

Ordered pairs, the x and y-axis - sounds like it's time to introduce learners to the plotting points on a graph! This presentation is great as it introduces the concept, provides an example of how to use a coordinate plane, and then...

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#### 7th Grade Math Worksheet

In this integers instructional activity, 7th graders solve 10 different problems that include various types of integers and graphs. First, they determine the sum of 3 consecutive integers. Then, students find the ratio between 2 areas of...

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#### Coordinates

For beginning point plotters, these graphs give a good introduction. They examine a graph with shapes drawn onto it and each vertex labeled. There are 20 total, and scholars write the coordinates of each labeled point. All of these are...

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#### Number Pairs

This engaging coordinate pairs activity will have scholars intrigued; they mark 13 points on a grid and then connect them to create a capital block letter. Which one will it be? The grid has whole numbers 0-10 along both axes, so...

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#### How Do You Find the X-Coordinate of a Point on a Line If You Have Another Point and the Slope?

Use the slope formula to find the missing coordinate. You've been given all the needed information to solve this problem. So all you need to do is plug in the values and solve for the missing variable value.

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#### How Do You Rotate a Figure 90 Degrees Clockwise Around the Origin?

Show your class how to rotate a figure 90 degrees clockwise around the origin of a coordinate plane. The lecturer in this video explains the concepts and steps involved in reflecting a figure across the y-axis. Consider providing this...

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#### How Do You Rotate a Figure 90 Degrees Clockwise Around the Origin?

Show your class how to rotate a figure 90 degrees clockwise around the origin of a coordinate plane. The lecturer explains the concepts and steps involved in reflecting a figure across the y-axis. Consider providing this for learners as...

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#### Earth Day Grid Math

Get into springtime with a festive practice sheet designed to test scholars' knowledge of grids. Learners locate items such as watering cans, snails, and flowers following the x and y-axis. Worksheet themes include Earth Day, gardening,...

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#### Using Tables

In this using tables learning exercise, 9th graders solve and complete 10 various types of problems that include using tables to determine information. First, they write an equation to determine the total amount. Then, students define...

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#### Area Investigation

In this area investigation worksheet, 8th graders solve and complete 6 different problems that include complete a chart with given data and a graph. First, they construct as many different rectangles as possible using toothpicks. Then...