They are the same.
For a linear I can see no advantage in the table method.
In an inequality, you have to shade a side of a line to see show if the possible answers are greater than or equal to it
They are alike in that you graph the lines in the same way, but they are different because you have to shade in one side of the line
table of values,x and y-intercept and slope and y-intercept
You must find the slope, if it is positive, then the line is always increasing. If it is negative, then the line is always decreasing.
It depends on which calculator! If the data is linear, you can estimate the slope of the line and the y-intercept from graphing the data. By graphing the data, you will be able to tell if it forms a straight line or not.
Because the question is tautological. You are asking how something is the same as that very samne thing!
A linear equation describes a line like 2x+1=y. If you were to graph that equation, then it would give you a line. A quadratic equation is like x^2+2x+1=y. Graphing this equation would give you a U shaped graph called a parabola.
y=mx+b m is slope. slope is rise over run b is y-int