Linear graphs and models

General Mathematics: Units 1 and 2

Introduction

Learning objectives

Recap of past learning

The gradient-intercept form of a linear equation

What's the gradient

The gradient-intercept form of a linear equation

Gradients can be positive, negative, zero or undefined

Linear graphs with the same slope

How do we find the gradient of a straight line

Another example

A third example

Another way ... using two coordinates

Final note

Summary

This is the next video in the Linear part of the General Maths Units 1 and 2 course. Having spent some time looking at how to plot straight lines in the previous video, I now look at how we can find the gradient of a straight line using the rise over run formula as well as another more interesting (and definitely more funky) formula. We look at positive, negative, zero and undefined gradients and what they mean with lots of worked examples all explained in my own unique way!

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