# Writing Equations of Lines from Graphs Worksheets

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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.

CCSS: HSA-CED

Equations of Lines from Graphs | Worksheet #1

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.

Equations of Lines from Graphs | Worksheet #2

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.

Equations of Lines from Graphs - MCQ | Worksheet #1

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.

Equations of Lines from Graphs - MCQ | Worksheet #2

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.