Sometimes a linear relationship is only represented as an equation or expression; you do not receive a table of values to go along with it.  However, you can create your own table of values using the equation or expression.  This means choosing some appropriate values for x that can be used to find their matching values for y.  Once you have created enough entries in a table of values, you can plot those points and draw a line!

Things you should be able to do after today:

  • determine the equation or expression from a table of values
  • evaluate expressions when given values for x
  • create your own table of values using an equation/expression
  • graph a linear relationship from an equation/expression


  • Notes
  • Blank Grid Paper


  • p357 36, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19 *20
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