Writing Equations of Lines from Graphs Worksheets
Count on our pdf worksheets to help students practice writing equations of lines from graphs. Given access to these free printable resources, children solve a mix of simple and moderate exercises that involve finding the linear equations from graphs. Make a habit of practicing so writing equations in the slope-intercept form becomes as easy as 1-2-3! Tap into the answer key to facilitate a quick review of the solutions.
These pdf worksheets are most recommended for students in 8th grade and high school.
To find the equation that the graph represents, observe the line, identify the y-intercept (b), and determine the slope (m). Then, rewrite the equation in the form y = mx + b. It doesn't need to be any more complicated than this.
Help grade 8 and high school learners gain deeper insight into writing equations of lines from graphs. Ensure that they find the rise/run, i.e. the slope, correctly so writing the linear equation from a graph would be an absolute doss.
As daunting as multiple-choice questions are thought to be, this free practice worksheet makes them come across otherwise. Observe each graph, identify the y-intercept and the slope, and choose the correct equation that represents the line.
Watch students patiently keep at it and hit a home run with this pdf prepping resource! Young learners are expected to choose from three alternatives and pick the correct equation that expresses the line on the graph.