Write An Equation From A Graph Worksheet

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There are three primary forms of linear equations. The slope intercept form, the point slope form and the standard form. An equation of a line can take several forms. We can describe a line through different equations. The different equations of a particular line are equivalent in nature. Things to keep in mind while writing an equation from a graph.


Grade 8
Linear Relationships And Functions

Teaching to Write an Equation from a Graph Easily


  • Firstly, choose two points on the given graph to find out the slope.
  • Identify the y-intercept. 
  • Find out the slope.
  • Write the equation in the form: y = mx + b.
  • Replace b and m with the values that have been found and simplify.


Standard Form of Equation = mx + b



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