# Graphs of Linear Functions

## Graph f(x) = ax +b

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## Graphs of Linear Functions

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Learn how to make and analyze graphs of linear functions.
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## Graphing Using Intercepts - Overview

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## Graphing Point-Slope Form - Overview

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## Graphing Functions - Overview

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## Analyzing Graphs of Functions - Overview

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## Graphing Using Intercepts - Example 1

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Graphing Lines Given X and Y Intercepts
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## Graphing Using Intercepts - Example 2

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Graphing Lines Given an Equation by Finding X and Y Intercepts
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## Graphing Point-Slope Form - Example 1

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Graphing Linear Equations Given Point-Slope Form
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## Analyzing Graphs of Functions - Example 1

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Finding the Domain and Range of a Function Using a Graph
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## Analyzing Graphs of Functions - Example 2

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Using the Vertical Line Test to decide if the Relation is a Function
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## Analyzing Graphs of Functions - Example 3

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Finding the Zeros of a Function Algebraically
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## Analyzing Graphs of Functions - Example 4

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Determining over Which Intervals the Function is Increasing, Decreasing, or Constant
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## Analyzing Graphs of Functions - Example 5

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Finding the Relative Minimum and Relative Maximum of a Function
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## Analyzing Graphs of Functions - Example 6

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Finding the Intervals for Which the Function is Positive
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## Analyzing Graphs of Functions - Example 7

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Finding the Average Rate of Change of a Function
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## Analyzing Graphs of Functions - Example 8

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Finding the Average Speed of an Object
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## Analyzing Graphs of Functions - Example 9

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Determining if Functions are Even, Odd, or Neither
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## Graphing Functions (Linear Functions) - Example 1

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Graphing Functions by Making a Table
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## Graphing Functions (Linear Functions) - Example 2

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Graphing Functions by Translating f(x) = x
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