Thursday, April 23, 2015

Graphing Lines – The Definitive Guide

Many students do not enjoy graphing and find it very difficult to do. This no-nonsense guide is designed to ease the pain and quickly get you up to speed. You will learn three methods for graphing lines. Each method is laid out in clear and concise way showing each and every step.  It’s easier than you think, I will show you how.  As a bonus, I will also show you how to find equations of lines, parallel or perpendicular, using two easy methods.

Table of Contents: ( COMING SOON: I will post and link as I go.)
Part I:
  1. The Rectangular Coordinate System
  2. Graphing Method 1: Plotting Points 
  3. Graphing Method 2: Using Intercepts
  4. Graphing Method 3: Using the y-intercept and Slope

Bonus:
  1. Finding Equations of Lines – Parallel and Perpendicular
  2. Equations Method 1: Using Slope-Intercept Form
  3. Equations Method 2: Using Point-Slope Form

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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Printable Lined Graph Paper

Free printable 8.5 in. by 11 in. graph paper templates in PDF or Docx formats.

Classic Horizontal Lined [ PDF ] [ Docx ]
Dots every 0.25 inch, used for graphing.


Classic Squared Graph Paper - [ PDF ] [ Docx ]
Squares 0.2 inch, perfect for graphing.


* The word templates were made by inserting a lined image as a watermark.

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Printable Graph Paper by OpenAlgebra.com is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at http://www.openalgebra.com/2015/04/printable-lined-graph-paper.html.