It is a straight line with gradient -A/B and intercept C/B.
No - but it is a straight line graph !
Two straight lines that intersect.
A linear equation ?
It is: y = -7 which is a straight line parallel to the x axis
The graph is a straight line, with a slope of 40, passing through the point y=50 on the y-axis.
The graph is a straight line. It crosses the y-axis at y=-9/7 , and its slope is 1426/7 .
A straight line, passing through the point (0,5) with a gradient of -3.
The graph of the equation is a straight line. 'm' is its slope. 'b' is its y-intercept
A straight line through the points (0, 1) and (-0.4, 0).
[ Ax + By = C ] If 'A', 'B', and 'C' are numbers, then the graph is always a straight line, and the equation is a "linear" one.