Linear graphs and models

General Mathematics: Units 1 and 2

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This is the next video in the series which looks at linear relations for the General Maths Units 1 and 2 course. Finding the equation of a straight line graph from its intercept and slope is a really interesting part of the course and I love this stuff! I take a look at how to find the equation of the line by reading off the intercept on the y-axis and then draw triangles to find the gradient. Substituting this into the equation and we're done! There are a number of worked examples which are all explained in my no nonsense, easy to understand way!

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vce maths
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Finding the equation of a straight line graph from
vce general maths
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unit 1 and 2 maths
year 11 maths
grade 11 maths
linear equations
equation of a straight line
y=mx+c
y=a+bx
reading the gradient from a line