Chapters

Introduction

Welcome

Learning objectives

Recap: Cartesian Planes and Coordinates

Let's play a game!

There is always a pattern in a relationship

Writing a rule mathematically

Relationships and coordinates

Relationships can be plotted on a cartesian plane

A different rule and line

Intercepts: Where the line crosses the axes

Intercepts: Another examples

Finding an intercept from a table of values

Finding intercepts from a graph

The rule is the key to your understanding!

Does a given point sit on a given line?

Finding a rule from a table of values

Another example of finding a rule from a table

An example which has a trick!

Final words and summary

Introduction to Linear Relationships

Linear relations (Year 9)

Year 9

This video is the first in a new series on Linear Relationships at a Year 9 level. Introduction to Linear Relationships does exactly what it says on the tin. I take a look at all the work you are going to need to be able to access the rest of the content. Whilst the video is a little long(!) I do take time to explain everything you are going to need. There is humour and lots of worked examples so you will become a guru in this topic.

Published: May 1, 2022

Length: 27 mins and 30 seconds

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