This PowerPoint presentation provides detailed examples regarding graphing a linear equation given in standard form. Two approaches are illustrated for each example: converting to slope-intercept form and finding the x and y-intercepts. This presentation assumes a working knowledge of graphing in slope-intercept form.
Also included are four practice problems with answers graphed on slides in the presentation. There is also a slide that contains a blank coordinate plane for the teacher to illustrate additional examples, have students come up and graph problems, or more if desired.
Please be sure to check out the free preview. Thank you for your interest in this activity by Nathan Haude!