# Graph a Linear Equation in General (Standard) Form

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It's a straight line to understanding linear equations. Given a linear equation in standard form, scholars write the equation in slope-intercept form, identify the *y*-intercept, and use the slope to graph the line. An instructional video works through an example problem to show viewers the concept in action.

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##### Concepts

##### Instructional Ideas

- Use the graph as part of an intervention session

##### Classroom Considerations

- Pupils must be able to rewrite equations in different forms
- Familiarity with slope is a prerequisite

##### Pros

- Shows all work step-by-step
- Organized presentation

##### Cons

- None

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