GlossaryT.LinearFunction History

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Examples of linear equations: \bbox[border:1px #990000 dotted,1pt]{y=2x-3} \bbox[border:1px #990000 dotted,1pt]{2y+5=2} \bbox[border:1px green dotted,1pt]{f(x)=2x-1} \bbox[border:1px green dotted,1pt]{3s+2t=2}
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Examples of linear equations: \bbox[border:1px #990000 dotted,1pt]{y=2x-3} \bbox[border:1px #990000 dotted,1pt]{2y+5x=2} \bbox[border:1px green dotted,1pt]{f(x)=2x-1} \bbox[border:1px green dotted,1pt]{3s+2t=2}
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• Input your result - the lines should coincide AND in the algebra window GeoGebra should reduce your answer.
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• Input your result - the lines should coincide AND in the algebra window GeoGebra should reduce your answer so lines d and f have same numbers.
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• Notice that the line c: in the algebra window has the same numbers as a. GeoGebra has reduced it (divided by 2).
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• Notice that line c: has the same numbers as line a. GeoGebra has reduced it (divided by 2).
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Example: 2x-y=3 and 4x-2y=6 are the same linear function - their graph is the same line!
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Example: 2x-y=3 and 4x-2y=6 are the same linear function - their graph is the same line!
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Example: The line 2x-y=3 has the unique slope-intercept form: y=2x-3
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Example: The line 2x-y=3 has the unique slope-intercept form: y=2x-3
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• [[GlossaryT/LinearEquation|Linear Equations]
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Regulations: There are 2 useful forms of a linear function: Slope-Intercept Form and Standard Form
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Regulations: There are 2 useful forms of a linear function: Slope-Intercept Form and Standard Form
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[c]1 variable -> a point
[c]2 variables -> a line
[c]3 variables -> a plane

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