Kristin Chai(1)- 20/8/10(Friday)

Linear Graphs

For questions similar to example 07 you must REMEMBER that the final line MUST be a equation nothing else.

Also, y=mx+c. In order to find C we need to know y.Therefore,there will only have 1 unknown.

We can substitute some of the coordinates and we can find out what is C.

Finding the Gradient:

We need to change the equation into y=mx+c.

When the questions say it is parallel that means the gradient is the same.

Also,if the line is horizontal the gradient will be 0.

## Friday, August 20, 2010

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