Graphing Linear Equations Worksheets
Let your skills come on by leaps and bounds as you practice our free graphing linear equations worksheets, an excellent opportunity to represent equations of straight lines graphically as well as to write equations from graphs! With pdf exercises like graphing lines using points and using slope and y-intercept; representing horizontal and vertical lines on coordinate plane; finding linear equations from graphs; and answering multiple-choice questions on graphs of equations in point-slope form, slope-intercept form, or standard form, we have it all covered.
We suggest these printable worksheets on graphing equations of a line for grade 8 and high school students.
Presenting linear equations of the form Ax + By = C where A, B, and C are integers, these printable worksheets are answered by first finding the x and y coordinates of points, then plotting them, and finally graphing the lines.
Can you graph a line using its slope and y-intercept? The y-intercept(b) is a point where the line cuts the y-axis and the slope(m) measures how steep a line is. Identify both from equations of the form y = mx + b, and graph the lines.
Brief 8th grade and high school students on the facts that, for any integer k, x = k denotes a vertical line and y = k denotes a horizontal line, and supply them with our pdf worksheets to graph horizontal and vertical lines.
Shift your practice to identifying graphs that represent the equations of a line with this free graphing linear equations worksheet. Look at the four alternatives and select the graphical representation of the equation.
Instruct grade 8 and high school students to observe the linear equations in standard form, slope-intercept form, etc., represented graphically; to note down the y-intercept, slope, etc., from the equation; and to identify the right graph.
Explore yet another equally promising resource that involves horizontal and vertical lines! To complete the task, observe the graph, spot the point at which the lines cut the x or y-axis, and write down the equations for the lines.
How good are your skills at writing equations of lines from graphs? Our printable worksheets on graphing linear equations are a great place to find this out. Use the point-slope form or the two-points form to frame the equations.