Using y=mx+c finding coordinates parallel lines
This is a differentiated worksheet on using y=mx+c. it covers stating the gradient and intercept, using the equation to find a coordinate given either the x or y value and then finding parallel lines to a given line.\nthe sheet gets harder as it goes through and also students can do just the gradient/intercept or they can do all bits. There are lots of options to how you use it.


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Created: Feb 24, 2013

Updated: Oct 15, 2015


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Using y=mx+c (KS4 version)


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