Graphing linear relations

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  1. Properties of Equality
  2. Reflexive property of equality
  3. Transitive property of equality
  4. Substitution property of equality
  5. Symmetric property of equality
Topic Notes
In this section, we practice graphing linear relations and describing the linear relationships shown on graphs. A linear relationship is a pattern made by two sets of numbers that results in points along a straight line on a coordinate grid. In this section, we practice describing these relationships using words, horizontal and vertical distances, and linear equations. We also practice making a table of values for a given linear equation.