Graph the Linear Functions Worksheets
Gain quite the rep as the in-house linear functions specialist with these free, printable graphing linear functions worksheets for high school learners. A linear function is in the form f(x) = mx + b. Math mavens graph a linear function by finding the x-intercept and y-intercept.
These pdf worksheets are ideal for eighth grade and high school students.
Direct grade 8 students to equate f(x) to zero, plug the values of x in the function, and find the y-intercept. Once the input-output table is completed, all that's left to do is plotting the graph, which unfolds into a straight line.
Nail every test on graphing linear functions with this bundle of 8th-grade pdfs. Complete the function table by finding the missing values of x and f(x). Plot the points to graph the linear function.
Graphs in every nook and cranny, this set of worksheets tasks high school students with using their own values of x, substituting in f(x) to find the y coordinates, and plotting the points on the coordinate plane.