Many students struggle with graphing the line y = x. This is because they don’t know what points the line will intersect with the unit circle, and so they can’t graph it correctly. But this doesn’t have to be a problem! In this blog post we’ll explore how to find all of these points on your own, which will enable you to graph any line in general! *So what is the unit circle? The point (0, 0) refers to the center of a coordinate plane and every other point on it has coordinates that are integer numbers. For example: (-√-12, √-15), (11/60, 14/20). All points in this group lie on the circumference of a circle with radius one centered at (0,-0). This means we can use x = cos(θ)*cos φ + sin(θ)*sinφ * y = -sin(θ)*cosφ+ cos(-θ)*sinφ as an equation for all points on this line! Now let’s talk about how intersections happen between the