We found 23 resources with the concept horizontal line
Slope in the Coordinate Plane: Lesson
5 mins 7th - 10th CCSS: Adaptable
Rise and run to find slope. Given a graph of a line, the presentation shows how to find the slope by determining the rise and the run. The resource, part of an extensive geometry playlist, reveals the four basic slopes of lines.
Existence: One-to-One Functions and Inverses
11th - Higher Ed CCSS: Designed
One-to-one means the answer is simple, right? Given four graphs, pupils use a vertical line to test each graph to find out if they are one-to-one. By using the resource, learners realize that not all one-to-one relations are functions....
Differentiability and Horizontal and Vertical Tangent Lines
14 mins 11th - Higher Ed
Use slope to find the location of horizontal and vertical tangent lines. Using the derivative of a radical function, the presenter finds the points where the derivative is zero or undefined on a given interval. The 26th in a series of 31...
Horizontal and Vertical Lines
3 mins 7th - 9th CCSS: Adaptable
Build a strong understanding of graphing and writing equations of horizontal and vertical lines. Pupils watch as the lesson instructor explains how to graph horizontal and vertical lines from an equation. She then gives individuals an...
The Graph of a Linear Equation—Horizontal and Vertical Lines
8th CCSS: Designed
Graph linear equations in standard form with one coefficient equal to zero. The lesson plan reviews graphing lines in standard form and moves to having y-coefficient zero. Pupils determine the orientation of the line and, through a...
Finding the Slope of a Line from a Graph - Concept
1 min 8th - 10th CCSS: Adaptable
Explain how to find the slope of a graph of a line with a video that points out how no matter what two points are used on a graph of a line, the slope is the same. A few examples reiterate how to find the slope of vertical and horizontal...
How Do You Write an Equation for a Horizontal Line?
2 mins 7th - 9th
Trying to write the equation for a horizontal line given an ordered pair? Just keep in mind that a horizontal line is all about the y value in the ordered pair. Plain and simple! Whatever the y value is in the ordered pair becomes the...