# Ch 14: Graphing on the Coordinate Plane

Study for math CAHSEE questions covering linear and quadratic equations. This chapter's video lessons and quizzes can help you review lines, slopes, intercepts and more.

## Graphing on the Coordinate Plane - Chapter Summary

If you need a refresher on how to graph and interpret numerical data represented in the form of lines, parabolas or cubic polynomials, check out the video lessons included in this chapter. Use them to prepare for the math portion of the CAHSEE and learn how to:

• Determine the slope and intercepts of a line
• Graph lines with zero and undefined slopes
• Identify parallel and perpendicular lines
• Apply distance and midpoint formulas
• Write quadratic equations in various forms
• Graph cubic, quartic and quintic functions
• Solve and graph a system of linear equations
• Graph and interpret quantitative relationships

This chapter on graphing and the coordinate plane puts video lessons, transcripts and links to corresponding text lessons at your disposal. You can view and review content. There are even multiple-choice quizzes attached to the end of each lesson. When used together, these resources can help you find out what's on the CAHSEE, assess which areas require further study and map out a study plan.

### Graphing on the Coordinate Plane - Objectives

Passing scores on the math portion of the CAHSEE are among the requirements for high school graduation in California. You can use this chapter's video lessons and quizzes to prepare for the test's Algebra and Functions section. It includes 17 multiple-choice questions, which comprise around 20% of exam content. You might be presented with a graph and asked to interpret the quantitative relationships between variables like speed, distance, time and cost. You could also be asked to identify the correct graph when given formulas for various polynomial functions.

12 Lessons in Chapter 14: Graphing on the Coordinate Plane
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