Linear Equation Worksheets
What is a Linear Equation? A linear equation is a specific type of equation where the highest power is 1, and it has a maximum of two variables. It shows the dependency of one variable and how its change of value can affect the other variable. You must also keep in mind that a linear equation on a graph makes a straight line. You will see more of these added every week. The core curriculum is really getting big into this area. There are many other linear equations, and you can deal with them while you are doing algebraic questions. It’s essential to learn the concept at the primary level so that you can deal with non-linear equations.
- Analyzing Functional Relationships by Graphing - This can help us see trends and understand relationships between the data.
- Comparing Properties of Two Functions - You can approach these a number of different ways.
- Equation of a Straight Line - We learn the concept of slope and y-intercept.
- Finding Where Lines Intersect - The one time their equations are equal.
- Functions as Inputs and Outputs - See what you put in and how it comes out.
- Graphing Linear Equations - We learn how to spot trends in data and what it means towards the concept of a relationship.
- Linear Equations as a Matrix Equation - We learn how to expand linear equations here.
- Linear Equations in One Variable - The is the basic level you will start with.
- Linear Function Word Problems - These come in a wide variety of problems.
- Point and Slope - We can use these to figure out the equation of a line.
- Solving Systems of Equations - You start by setting them equal to one another.
- Understanding the y-Intercept - This is just where the line hits the y-axis.
- Using Functions to Model a Linear Relationship - You will be modelling data through the use of equation creation.
- Using Straight Lines to Model Relationships - This can be quite challenging at first.