Chapter 6 Graphs

# 6.1 Linear Graphs

A linear graph is the graphical representation of a linear equation. A linear equation is an equation that can be written in the form: Ax + By = C, for some real numbers A, B, and C where A and B, are not 0. In this section, we learn about Linear graphs, coordinates, Lines Parallel to the Coordinate Axes, vertical lines, intersection, equation of line, y equals x, straight line graphs, coordinates negative.

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A linear graph is the graphical representation of a linear equation. A linear equation is an equation that can be written in the form:Â Ax + By = C,Â for some real numbers A, B, and C where A and B, are not 0. In this section, we learn about Linear graphs, coordinates, Lines Parallel to the Coordinate Axes, vertical lines, intersection, equation of line, y equals x, straight line graphs, coordinates negative.

Finding the gradient and y-intercept from a linear equation. Plot graphs with equations ax+by=c.

Linear Graphs - Linear graphs, coordinates, Lines Parallel to the Coordinate Axes, vertical lines, intersection, equation of line, y equals x, straight line graphs, coordinates negative.