HSC Together Year 11 Maths Standard: Graphing Linear Functions

#### Maths Standard

• Earning and Managing Money
• Formulae and Equations
• Measurement and Energy
• Relative Frequency and Probability
• Perimeter, Area and Volume
• Classifying and Representing Data
• Linear Relationships
• Interest and Depreciation
• Exploring and Describing Data
• Working with Time
• Budgeting and Household Expenses
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# Graphing Linear Functions

### What is a linear function and how do we graph them?

This post will help you with graphing linear functions in Prelim Standard Math. A linear function makes a straight line when graphed on a number plane. To graph a linear function, you need to follow these simple steps:

1. Construct a table of values with the independent variable as the first row and the dependent variable as the second row
2. Draw a number plane with the independent variable on the horizontal axis and the dependent variable as the vertical axis. Plot the points
3. Join the points to make a straight line

### How do you construct a linear function from a table of values?

The videos below explain how to construct a linear function from a table of values, and how the table of values helps us construct a variety of different functions.

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