A linear or non linear function is a function that either creates a straight line or a crooked line when graphed. These functions are usually represented on a table under the headings x and y.
Without an equality sign the given expression is not an equation
Generally, both types of equation contain an equals sign and some combination of numbers and/or variables. That is the only thing I can think of that is common between all types of nonlinear and linear equations.
If you mean y = 2x then it is a straight line equation
Yes, the rate of change can be linear or non-linear.
It is linear.
This is non-linear
6 is neither linear nor non-linear. It is just a number.
Linear means anything that forms a straight line. Nonlinear means the opposite. Something that doesn't form a straight line.
Transcoding linear to nonlinear text is fairly straightforward. Nonlinear text usually refers to text with pictures. To transpose to linear text, simply remove the pictures and rewrite if necessary.