What does a graph of linear equations in two variables look like?

1 Answer
Nov 17, 2014

This questions is a bit confusing, but I think I know what you're saying.

A linear equation, when graphed, is always a straight line. So if you had two variables, your equation would look something like this:

y = 3x + 4

The "y" technically is another variable, but by putting the equation into this form, it does not matter anymore.

On a graph, a linear equation would begin somewhere on the y-axis and continue in a straight line in any direction from there.

Hope this helped