The Graph of a Linear Equation in Two Variables – Practice Problems

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The graph of a linear equation in two variables is a straight line. This can be used to describe many relationships and processes in the physical world. It gives a visual representation of the relationship between two variables such as how quickly a projectile is moving or how fast a chemical reaction is proceeding. It can also be used to show the comparison between two units of measurement like centimeters and inches, meters and miles or degrees Celsius and degrees Fahrenheit. Learn how to graph a linear equation in two variables by helping Mai Long build a temple on top of a high hill in a village called Namji in order to house an enormous mythical dragon believed to bring prosperity and good fortune. Common Core Reference: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.8.FA.3

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Exercises in this Practice Problem
Complete the table for the equation $y+\frac{1}{2}x=5$.
Determine which statements about linear equations are true.
Find the table which belongs to each linear equation.
Graph the linear equation $y-2x=2$.
Identify which table belongs to which graph.
Determine which linear equation belongs to each graph.