# Ch 13: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Lines & Linear Functions

In this chapter, you can learn all about lines and linear functions for the math Michigan Merit Exam. You may have forgotten about the steps involved in graphing a linear function or dealing with like terms. You can view interesting and short video lessons and take quizzes to help you remember.

## Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Lines & Linear Functions - Chapter Summary

Simplify your studying sessions by watching brief and interesting quizzes in this chapter about things like equations that involve solutions and the definition of an equation. Assess your own knowledge by taking one of our quizzes. The fusion of this chapter's lessons and quizzes will help you master the following items for your exam:

• Linear equations and graphing
• Slope and intercepts of a line
• Undefined slope
• Equation of a line
• Definition of one-step equations
• Additional principle, multiplication principle, and equations
• Gathering of like terms
• Infinite solutions and no solutions
• Equations that involve several steps

Not only can you view the lessons, but you can also read them. We have video transcripts available that contain emphasized keywords. If you answer any of your quiz questions incorrectly, you can view the parts of the videos that pertain to the answers.

### Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Lines & Linear Functions Objectives

Similar material to that found in this chapter can be found on the Algebra and Functions section of the Michigan Merit Exam. The exam may also contain questions that ask you to create linear equations and to give equations of different types of lines. In all, the math exam is made up of four sections and includes a total of 25 multiple-choice questions.

11 Lessons in Chapter 13: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Lines & Linear Functions
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