####
Now... gain access to over
**2 Million**
curated educational videos and
**500,000**
educator reviews to free & open educational resources

### We found 26 resources with the keyterm linear relationship

Videos (Over 2 Million Educational Videos Available)

9:28

Ancient Egypt | What Everyday Life Was...

10:23

Algebra 50 - Three Variable Systems in the...

3:42

The Secret World of Animal Sleep 101...

Other Resource Types
(26)

Lesson Planet

#### Equations of Sequence Patterns

An example of writing an algebraic equation of the pattern of blocks that grows at each iteration is shown in this video. Sal shows how to find the pattern by looking at the iteration number and number of blocks. He then continues this...

Lesson Planet

#### Equations of Sequence Patterns

Lesson Planet

#### Finance: Depreciation (Double Declining)

Of particular interest to a group of business and finance pupils, this lesson explores depreciation of automobile values by comparing the double declining balance to the straight line method. Mostly this is done through a slide...

Lesson Planet

#### Solar Kit Lesson # 12 - Calibration Curve for a Radiation Meter

Scientists need to have mastered algebraic slope-intercept concepts in order for this lesson to be effective. They will measure and graph solar panel output as a function of the amount of radiation striking it, discovering that there is...

Lesson Planet

#### Writing Task 6.EE.9

Exactly what is the relationship between the time spent studying for an exam and the grades students receive? Presented with a line graph showing data relating to this question, young mathematicians must explain in writing whether or not...

Lesson Planet

#### Interpret the Rate of Change (Slope) within the Context of Everyday Life

With math all around us, your learners will see they can create an equation to model different situations. From fundraising to a cell phone plan, your mathematicians can find the starting point b, plug in the rate of change m, and create...

Lesson Planet

#### Filling the Pool

Get your swim trunks on because it's time to start filling up the pool for spring time! Let your mathematicians calculate the volume of the pool so Max and Joey know what time the pool will be full based on the water flow. There are...

Lesson Planet

#### Introduction to Linear Functions

Introduce your algebra learners to linear and quadratic functions. Learners compare the differences and relate them back to the equations and graphs. Lead your class to discussions on the properties of a function or a constant slope...

Lesson Planet

#### Modeling with a Linear Function

Here is a well-designed resource that provides five yes-or-no questions which model different situations with linear functions. It makes a good pre-test for the beginning of the unit. The purpose is to elicit common misconceptions of...

Lesson Planet

#### Heart Rate Monitoring

Algebra learners like this resource because it is easy to understand and it relates to their lives. Whether you are starting a new workout routine, or just climbing the stairs, your heart rate increases and decreases throughout the day....

Lesson Planet

#### Distance across the channel

Here you will find a model of a linear relationship between two quantities, the water depth of a channel and the distance across the channel at water level. The cross section of the channel is the shape of an isosceles trapezoid. The...

Lesson Planet

#### Chicken and Steak, Variation 2

Many organizations put on barbecues in order to make money. In a real-world math problem, the money allotted to purchase steak and chicken at this barbecue is only one hundred dollars. It is up to your potential chefs to figure out how...

Lesson Planet

#### When Will We Ever Use This? Predicting Using Graphs

Here are a set of graphing lessons that have a real-world business focus. Math skills include creating a scatter plot or line graph, fitting a line to a scatter plot, and making predictions. These lessons are aimed at an algebra 1 level...

Lesson Planet

#### Background Blockers

In this geometry worksheet, learners view a rectangle and identify how much of their field of vision is blocked. Then they develop a concept of proportionality, as well as see the relationship of linear and area growth.

Lesson Planet

#### Video Streaming

Your movie fans will be interested in this resource. They will compare video streaming plans. One plan charges a set rate per month and a reduced viewing fee, and the other has a flat rate per each video viewed. Unfortunately, young...

Lesson Planet

#### Downhill

A car traveling down a steep hill is the model for this resource. The confusion comes when the elevation, E, is given in terms of distance, d. The distance, d, is the horizontal distance from E. Therefore, the equation, E = 7500 – 250d,...

Lesson Planet

#### Tides

A very simple example of a functional relationship between depth of water and time is shown here. In fact, it might be more useful to use a coastal tide book to better illustrate this real-world experience. Pupils are to count the number...

Lesson Planet

#### Riding by the Library

Draw a graph that shows the qualitative features of a function that has been described verbally. Make sure learners understand where time is zero and the distance is zero. It may take them some time to understand this concept, so working...

Lesson Planet

#### Delivering the Mail

A mail truck travels the same amount of miles per day. It will be up to your algebra learners to find an equation for this mailman’s truck. One needs a good understanding of rate of change and the initial value for this model. The...

Lesson Planet

#### Baseball Cards

Here is a resource that demonstrates growth and the initial state of an equation. In this case, your class will be looking at baseball collections. How many baseball cards did the collector start out with, and how many were added or...

Lesson Planet

#### Is It Linear?

Math apprentices are introduced to the components of a linear relationship. In groups, they write story problems that incorporate this relationship and relates to the real world. They give their problem to the class for them to solve.

Lesson Planet

#### Finding and Graphing Points for Linear Relationships

Review ordered pairs and locating points on a grid. The class describes the relationship between numbers in an ordered pair, identifies ordered pairs that follow a rule, locates them on a grid, and predicts what would be formed if the...

Lesson Planet

#### Racing to Win

Students design a race for Lego robots using principles of linear relationships. The solve linear relationship problems then use the answers to brainstorm procedures for their robot race.

Lesson Planet

#### High School Graduation

An exercise in finding the approximate time that a name would be called at a graduation. Estimating time may be difficult for some of the class, so this resource would not be a good choice for learning this standard. It does end with a...