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I need some help with my linear equations homework

alright


can anyone tell me how to determine weather or not the equation represents a linear function?



and i have a few more questions to




please help me?
 

rl.bhat

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f(x) = ax + b represents linear function.
 
ok how dose that help me solve this problem


y=3x

i have to graph it and put it in a table can you help me?
 
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Do the table first. Make one column x, and the other column y. Pick a few integers, centered around 0 (such as -3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3), and put them under x. Then, use your equation to find the corresponding y values.

Draw a set of axes, and label them x and y. Number them, with a scale that makes sense. Now, put each of the points you found in the table on the graph.

I'm being a little more generous than people here usually are, as you seem to be really new at this. However, you are usually expected to show some attempt at solving your own work.
 
alright thanks


i am new at this stuff and my teacher sucks at teaching me so this really helps me


thats all of the help i need
 

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