# Tag Archives: Straight Line Graphs

## X and Y Intercepts

Image Source: http://www.geograph.org.uk In this lesson we look at Straight Line Graphs in relation to X and Y Intercepts. This includes understanding what “Intercepts” are in terms of their similarity to Road and Rail Crossings and Intersections. We then look … Continue reading

## Distance Between Two Points

Image Source: http://northrofneutral.wordpress.com GPS Navigation Units are continually calculating the Distance Between Two Points. Eg. The Distance from the Car to the next Turn. This is worked out by using the current Coordinates of the Car, and the known GPS … Continue reading

## Plotting a Line Using a Rule Table

In this lesson we look at plotting linear graphs using a values table. We have to make our own values table from an Algebra Rule that is given to us. The rule always tells us how to calculate any y … Continue reading

## Plotting Graphs from T-Tables

The above diagram contains a values table of (x,y) coordinates that is arranged vertically down the page. This is called a “T-Table” because its shape with the x and y headings at the top resembles the letter “T”. We can … Continue reading

## Plotting Graphs from Tables

The above diagram is a values table of (x,y) coordinates. Our objective is to plot these points onto the Cartesian Plane. If you are not familiar with plotting (x,y) points onto an X-Y Grid, then click the link below to … Continue reading