Write and graph lines of the form y = a constant value and x = a constant value.
Determining Vertical v. Horizontal Given the Linear Equation
Graphing Vertical and Horizontal Functions Given the Linear Equation
Writing Linear Equations Given Horizontal or Vertical Lines and One Point
Determining if Inverses are Functions Using the Horizontal Line Test
Classifying Slope as Positive, Negative, Zero, or Undefined Given a Graph
Classifying Lines as Falling, Rising, Vertical, or Horizontal Given Points
Determining Vertical or Horizontal Given an Equation
Graphing Vertical or Horizontal Lines Given Equations
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Horizontal and Vertical Line Graphs.
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This study guide goes over the basics of graphing linear equations: slope, intercept, slope-intercept form, standard form, point-slope form, and converting between different forms of writing linear equations.
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