Lines with one intercept
Linear relations
Essential Mathematics Year 9
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This video is the next in the Linear Relationships series and looks at Lines with One Intercept. Can there really be lines which only cut the x- or y-axis once? Yup! Think about horizontal lines. Think about vertical lines. Think about lines which go through the origin. These are all excellent examples and the video is full of helpful information. There are lots of worked examples and I do all I can to make it amusing and useful.

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