# Ch 12: GACE Math: Linear Equations

The online video lessons in this chapter cover linear equations. Peruse the material in preparation for answering related questions on the GACE Math assessment.

## GACE Math: Linear Equations - Chapter Summary

Prepare to take the GACE Math examination by reviewing linear equations. When you watch the online videos in this chapter, you'll examine the process of writing and graphing linear equations. For example, you can get a fresh perspective on graphing undefined and zero slope equations. Scrutinize various principles that you can use to help you solve equations. Check out the video lessons for help with:

• Changing equations from intercept to standard form
• Applying the intercept of lines
• Graphing lines that have a positive slope
• Understanding point-slope form
• Remembering keywords for creating equations from word problems
• Using the addition and multiplication principles
• Defining and combining like terms
• Identifying the differences between equations with no solutions and those with infinite solutions
• Solving problems that require multiple steps

These educational lessons can be used as a study tool. They may enhance the likelihood that you'll correctly answer questions on linear equations when taking the GACE Math examination. Go over concepts that you've previously studied and maybe learn something new. The lessons are presented by well-informed instructors of whom you may ask questions on linear equations. The videos are followed by short quizzes that test your cognition and proficiency.

11 Lessons in Chapter 12: GACE Math: Linear Equations
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