The page was created to help students understand how to find X and Y intercepts on a graph and to help them remember it to be able to use these things in the future with other assignments.

## Introduction

## Task

**Task: **

Be able to use these steps to find the intercepts on future problems (tests/quizzes). It will make these problems much easier when the intercepts aren't on such basic points such as (3,0).

## Process

**Steps: **

1. Make sure the equation is in Y =Mx + B format, if not put it in that format.

2. Make X = 0, plug a random (but reasonable) number in for Y, solve for Y.

3. Make Y = 0, plug a random (but reasonable) number in for X, solve for X.

## Evaluation

**Grading: **

Partial credit for partial correct answers, if numbers or variables are accidentally swapped, some credit will we awarded.

## Conclusion

**Conclusion: **

Knowing how to find the intercepts will also help when you have to move graphs/lines. We will also be able to use these steps on future problems, so we need to keep practicing them.

## Credits

**Credits: **

I would like professor Taiebeh Hosseinali for the assignment to create a WebQuest and helping me with the skills I needed in order to create it.

Images from google