**Category:**HS Functions**Uploaded by HirooKato on:**2012-09-27 19:54:28

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[Author unspecified] demonstrates how to find the x and y intercepts
and what their significance is. Questions this video answers How do
I find intercepts? How do I graph intercepts? What does the
x-i...

[Author unspecified] demonstrates how to find the x and y intercepts

and what their significance is. Questions this video answers How do

I find intercepts? How do I graph intercepts? What does the

x-intercept mean? What does the y-intercept mean? Why am I looking

to the intercepts? How do you find the x-intercept of a line? How do

you write an equation? Does my graph need the other quadrants? Will

my line continue in both directions?

and what their significance is. Questions this video answers How do

I find intercepts? How do I graph intercepts? What does the

x-intercept mean? What does the y-intercept mean? Why am I looking

to the intercepts? How do you find the x-intercept of a line? How do

you write an equation? Does my graph need the other quadrants? Will

my line continue in both directions?

Comments (2 of 2)

The video maker was very thorough in her explanation of the steps to take. It would be nice to walk through them together; have her write them out as she solves. I like how she explains intercepts and details that when x=0, we find the y-intercept which is where the line passes through the y-axis; she makes this very clear. Her video is very visually appealing and easy to follow. I like that she refers back to the problem while looking at the graph and she explains what the graph represents very well.

In this video, I like the organization of all of steps of algebra in this video. It is clearly and thoroughly explained, which is quite helpful. The audio on this video is super quiet, which was a stumbling block because at first I thought there wasn't audio, then I realized it was just quiet and by that time I had missed the beginning. A little further into the video it gets louder, but it would be helpful if the beginning was louder so nothing gets missed.