The intercept–slope form of the equation of a straight line
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The intercept–slope form of the equation of a straight line
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Year 11
This is the next video in the series where we look to find use the intercept-slope form of an equation. I take the time to look at what this equation looks like and the ways Barry can use to try and trick us. I show lots of examples of how to write it, change it and express it to ensure that you smash this part of the General Maths Units 1 and 2 course. The video uses the Cambridge General Maths examples (thanks Cambridge!) which are second to none and show you all your need to know.
Published: May 10, 2021
Length: 17 mins and 11 seconds
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