This week we will be covering a lot of great topics, and will build on our previous knowledge of linear equations. You will find that equations and functions operate very similarly, and your previous knowledge of equations will be extremely useful. Please click the share button to view the videos below.

Good Luck!

EC

## Graphing Linear Equations

## Examining the Slope of a Line

## Graphs and Equations of a Line

## Linear Inequalities

## Fun with Functions

## Using a Graphing Calculator

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I was thinking where is another video. Then i figured out that i need to hit “LIKE” or “SHARE” then full content comes up. oh boy!

Sorry, hope it’s not too much of a bother.

E

your head is in the way!

A graph with a dashed line through -4 shaded below?

To answer the question in the Linear Inequalities video: 3x<-15 What does this graph look like?

Answer: x<-5 This is a point of (-5,0) which is a DASHED, VERTICAL LINE, with everything SHADED TO THE LEFT of the dashed line.

I checked the point (0,0) and 0<-5 is a false statement.

Fun with Functions video, Define vertical line test.

The vertical line test is a way to tell if a graph is a function. If you look at the line on your graph and then draw a vertical line through it, check how many times it crosses your line. If the vertical line only crosses your line once, it’s a function, but if it crosses your line at two points, it is not a function.

In my words the vertical line test helps to determine whether or not the line on a graph is a function. When draw the vertical line, it should only pass through the function once, but if it hits it more than once then it is considered not a function.

For the linear inequalities question, it is a dashed vertical line through -5 with the left side of -5 shaded

i cant access the videos even after i share them.

Briana

I think I need a tutoring! this is confusing….:(