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Straight Line Graphs

Straight line graphs are usually of the form:

(1)  y = ax + c
  c is where the straight line graph crosses the y axis
(2)  ax + by = c
  c/b is where the straight line graph crosses the y axis. For this type of equation begin by making y the subject. This has already been done in: Solving Equations − Add and Subtract and Solving Equations − Multiply and Divide

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