Q: IWhat shape does the graph of a linear relationship take?

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a line

It's linear, so it's a line...

A straight line. y=ax + b is called a linear relationship. y=ax2 + bx +c is called quadratic because the HIGHEST power of x is 2. A term with x3 would make it a cubic relationship, x4 would make it quartic and so on.

If the Object is falling at a constant velocity the shape of the graph would be linear. If the object is falling at a changing velocity (Accelerating) the shape of the graph would be exponential- "J' Shape.

Any shape other than a straight line!

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It takes the shape of a line.

It's a cartesian plane.

a line

It's linear, so it's a line...

Linear.

to solve a linear in equality you have to write it out on a graph if the line or shape is made ou of strate lines its linear

A straight line. y=ax + b is called a linear relationship. y=ax2 + bx +c is called quadratic because the HIGHEST power of x is 2. A term with x3 would make it a cubic relationship, x4 would make it quartic and so on.

If the Object is falling at a constant velocity the shape of the graph would be linear. If the object is falling at a changing velocity (Accelerating) the shape of the graph would be exponential- "J' Shape.

The answer depends on the nature of the graph. If it is linear it will simply change the slope. If it is non-linear, it will change the shape. It also depends on what changes are made to the scales on the axes.

Any shape other than a straight line!

no you cant

Cartestian plane