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Graphs of Linear Functions

Graph f(x) = ax +b

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Graphs of Linear Functions

Write and evaluate functions and determine if a graph represents a function.
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Graphs of Linear Functions

Learn how to graph linear functions.
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Use Function Notation to Graph Functions

Learn to use function notation to graph functions.
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Graphs of Linear Functions

Learn how to graph linear functions.
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Graphs of Linear Functions: Line Designs

Graphs of Linear Functions Interactive
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Linear Function Graphs: A Sample Application

This video demonstrates a sample use of linear function graphs.
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Linear Function Graphs: An Explanation of the Concept

This video provides an explanation of the concept of linear function graphs.
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