Write the equations of lines in point-slope form and in slope-intercept form and graph linear equations.
Did you know that Fahrenheit and Celsius have a linear relationship? You can find this relationship by writing the linear equation based on common information about the two measures of temperature. In Celsius, water boils at 100° and freezes at 0°. In Fahrenheit water boils at 212° and freezes at 32°.
Draw the graph of the Fahrenheit-Celsius relationship by dragging one red point to (0,32) and one to (100,212). The coordinates of the purple point will show up when you hover over it.
This video demonstrates a sample use of linear equations.
This video provides an explanation of the concept of linear equations.
Practice Determining the Equation of a Line questions
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