Linear Relationships

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Linear Relationships

  1. 1. LINEAR RELATIONSHIPS
  2. 2. A LINEAR RELATION is a  relationship between two  variables, or quantities, that when  graphed form a STRAIGHT LINE. examples of variables / quantities:
  3. 3. A relationship exists between  hours and pay. EX You work for $9 per hour.  Express as a formula.
  4. 4. RECALL INDEPENDENT VARIABLE: Does not depend on any  other variable and is never affected. ex Depends on independent  DEPENDENT VARIABLE: variable. ex
  5. 5. Suppose you work the following hours in one week: M: 7 T: 8 W: 0 Th: 6 F: 8 ...express as a table of values and a graph.
  6. 6. EX Interpolate and find your pay for working 4 hours. EX Extrapolate and find the number of hours you've worked  for making $94.50
  7. 7. HOMEWORK: p.254; #1­7

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