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Chapter 6: Linear Functions and Graphing Lines

# Lesson 1 – Rate of Change and Slope

# Lesson 2 – Challenging Slope Exercises

# Lesson 3 – Direct Variation

# Lesson 4 – Slope Intercept Form: y=mx+b

# Lesson 5 – More Slope-Intercept Form Problems

# Lesson 6 – Point-Slope Form

# Lesson 7 – More Point-Slope Form Problems

# Lesson 8 – Standard Form of a Linear Equation

# Lesson 9 – Horizontal and Vertical Lines

# Lesson 10 – Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

# Lesson 11 – Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Continued…

# Lesson 12 – Scatterplots

# Lesson 13 – Translations of Absolute Value Graphs

This chapter is one of the core branches of Algebra 1. Your journey through lines begins with a super thorough tour of rate of change and slope along with direct variation. From there you will learn the three forms of a linear function: slope-intercept form, point-slope form, and standard form. In your explorations of these three forms, you will learn to graph, construct, and use these linear functions in various scenarios. You will then rock horizontal and vertical lines followed by mastering the ins and outs of parallel and perpendicular lines. The chapter finishes off with a study of scatterplots and the all-important graphing of absolute value functions to understand how graphs are shifted in all directions. Let’s start up this linear awesomeness!!!