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You can test how much you know about graphing points and lines in three dimensions with this quiz/worksheet. Make sure you understand important topics such as the number of components in three-dimensional space and the variable that signifies the height when graphing in three dimensions.

You'll be responsible for answering questions on these topics and more:

- Direction when one of your components is negative
- Result of graphing a linear equation in the coordinate space
- Which variables are set to 0 when you want to find the y-intercept

**Problem solving**- use your knowledge to determine graphing points and lines in practice problems**Knowledge application**- use your knowledge to answer questions about the outcome of graphing a linear equation with the coordinate space and the number of components in three-dimensional space**Information recall**- access the knowledge you've gained regarding the variable that represents the height in three-dimensional space

Feel free to keep learning about graphing in three dimensions with the lesson entitled Graphing Points & Lines in Three Dimensions. The following points will be discussed:

- Definition of three-dimensional space
- Steps to graphing a point
- Finding your intercepts

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Holt McDougal Algebra 2: Online Textbook Help14 chapters | 233 lessons

- What is a System of Equations? 8:39
- Classifying Linear Systems in Math 5:20
- How Do I Use a System of Equations? 9:47
- Applying Systems of Linear Equations to Breakeven Point: Steps & Example 5:44
- Set Notation, Compound Inequalities, and Systems of Inequalities 8:16
- Graphing the Feasible Region of a System of Inequalities 3:59
- Objective Function: Definition, Principle & Example
- Graphing Points & Lines in Three Dimensions 5:19
- Parametrics: Definition & Equations
- Graphs of Parametric Equations 5:37
- Parametric Equations in Applied Contexts 5:29
- Evaluating Parametric Equations: Process & Examples 3:43
- Go to Holt McDougal Algebra 2 Chapter 3: Linear Systems

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