## Pages: 104- 104. 9.1: Analysing Graphs of Linear Relations.

Question #1:
Complete a table of values for the graph.

Question #2
Complete the sentences to describe the graph below.\

a) The height of a one-storey building is ___ m, a three-storey building is ___ m...
b) The points appear to lie in a _____________. The line shows a ________ relation.
c) The graph shows that to move from one point to the next, you go __ unit horizontally, and __ units vertically.

a) The height of a one-storey building is 3 m, a three-storey building is 9 m...
b) The points appear to lie in a straight line. The line shows a linear relation.
c) The graph shows that to move from one point to the next, you go 1 unit horizontally, and 3 units vertically.

## Pages: 106-107. 9.2: Patterns in a Table of Values.

Question #1:
Graph the ordered pairs in the table of values.

Question #2:
Circle the table(s) of values that show a linear relation. Explain your answer.
Chart A had a linear realtion because it increases by the same amount each time. For example: l - 2 + 2 = 4, 4 + 2 = 6, etc.
m - 7 + 2 = 9, 9 + 2 = 11, etc.
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