Interpreting linear functions in a form of y=mx+b and its graph 8th Grade Math Worksheets

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Definition:

Most of the real-life situations can be represented by mathematical model. One of the simplest models to make is the linear function. Let’s find out more the details on how to interpret and graph a linear function in the form of y = mx + b.

Summary:

A function whose graph is a straight line is called a linear function. The equation can be written in the slope-intercept form of equation 

y = mx + b

where x and y are used to represent independent and dependent variables, respectively, and m ≠ 0. The x and y values are written as ordered pairs (x, y). These pairs are used to plot points and graph a function.    

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