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i think its called a break. :]

Q: What is the squiggly line from the origin of a linear graph called?

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the graph is called a line

The graph must be a straight line, and it must pass through the origin.

its actually called "a break".

The linear parent function is y=x. The line on a graph passes through the origin(0,0) with a slope of 1. The line will face left to right on the graph like this /.

It's called the origin; the center of a graph.

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A "break"

the graph is called a line

Not always

The graph must be linear and pass thru the origin

The graph must be a straight line, and it must pass through the origin.

its actually called "a break".

A bivariate linear inequality.

/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\ is the line

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the origin

The linear parent function is y=x. The line on a graph passes through the origin(0,0) with a slope of 1. The line will face left to right on the graph like this /.