Linear Functions are functions that have a constant rate of change. The graph of a linear function is a line, whose slope can be found algebraically and graphically as the constant rate of change.
This chapter shows a few different ways to graph linear functions, such as using a table of values, using the and intercepts, and using the slope and intercept.
We also explore the effects of transformations on linear functions in both the rules and graphs of functions. Linear inequalities are introduced and graphed, demonstrating their solution sets as half-plane regions of coordinate planes.