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I'm gonna graph some lines

Gotta get em in slope intercept form

Hit that y axis

Put the intercept on

Then use rise over run

Graph on the board, skills so absurd

That people like, "Man! That is one dope math nerd."

Rollin' in, hecka deep, in my class you'll never sleep,

Getting that slope and y-intercept on the screen

Draped in my corduroy, students sit in front of me

Probably should get on with this, makin' it rain practice sheets

Let's make... Graphing lines make sense!

You'll be solvin' it, graphin' it, and now its time to start Mathin it'

Dashin' up on this problem when you finish you'll be trashin' it

Solve for y where's it hidin'

Add and subtract to both sides and

Multiply and divide

Move things away from the y, kids

I'ma get that y alone, I'ma get that y alone,

No for real - slope intercept - that's

Y equals m x plus b

Claw it, combine it, get y alone too

Reverse PEMDAS tells you what to move

Now what's that next to X? The slope is next to X!

And what's that number left? Must be the intercept!

the b, the b, the y-intercept is b

Start on the y axis, graphs begin with the b

Now go and take the m now, the slope is next you see

Use the rise then run for every point you need

I'm gonna graph some lines

Gotta get em in slope intercept form

Hit that y axis

Put the intercept on

Then use rise over run

Let's get that y alone,

That's slope intercept form,

Let's get that y alone

For that slope intercept form

Let's get that y alone,

That's slope intercept form,

Let's get that y alone

For that slope intercept form

Hit that y axis

Put the intercept on

Then use rise over run

Gotta get em in slope intercept form

Hit that y axis

Put the intercept on

Then use rise over run

Walk up to the class like, "What up, class is in session"

I'm so pumped about today's sick math lessonGraph on the board, skills so absurd

That people like, "Man! That is one dope math nerd."

Rollin' in, hecka deep, in my class you'll never sleep,

Getting that slope and y-intercept on the screen

Draped in my corduroy, students sit in front of me

Probably should get on with this, makin' it rain practice sheets

You'll be solvin' it, graphin' it, and now its time to start Mathin it'

Dashin' up on this problem when you finish you'll be trashin' it

Solve for y where's it hidin'

Add and subtract to both sides and

Multiply and divide

Move things away from the y, kids

No for real - slope intercept - that's

Y equals m x plus b

Claw it, combine it, get y alone too

Reverse PEMDAS tells you what to move

Now what's that next to X? The slope is next to X!

And what's that number left? Must be the intercept!

the b, the b, the y-intercept is b

Start on the y axis, graphs begin with the b

Now go and take the m now, the slope is next you see

Use the rise then run for every point you need

Gotta get em in slope intercept form

Hit that y axis

Put the intercept on

Then use rise over run

Let's get that y alone,

That's slope intercept form,

Let's get that y alone

For that slope intercept form

Let's get that y alone,

That's slope intercept form,

Let's get that y alone

For that slope intercept form

I'm gonna graph some lines

Gotta get em in slope intercept formHit that y axis

Put the intercept on

Then use rise over run

Nice! I like it. Well done.

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ReplyDeleteI absolutely love this!! I am going to show this to my students! Very catching and they can use the hand motions to help remind them! :)

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my students will love this too thanks

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