# Ch 8: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Graphing Linear Equations & Inequalities

Review graphing concepts for linear equations and inequalities in this detailed but easy-to-understand chapter. Taking the lesson quizzes and chapter exam will help you prepare for similar questions on the Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II exam.

## Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Graphing Linear Equations & Inequalities - Chapter Summary

Use this Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II test prep chapter to study the process for graphing linear equations and inequalities. Expert instructors use an engaging format to help you review key concepts, including intercepts, standard form and graphing. You'll determine if a function is linear, positive or negative and increasing or decreasing. Additionally, this chapter demonstrates:

• How to find and apply the slope and intercepts of a line
• Graphing different types of slopes, 1- and 2-variable inequalities and absolute values
• Using point-slope, distance and midpoint formulas
• Dilations, reflections and transformations

Thoroughly review the steps in these lessons, then practice your graphing techniques by taking the quizzes at the end of each lesson. When you're ready, take the more comprehensive chapter exam to practice all concepts and memorize formulas. You can also print the quiz worksheets for hard-copy study material to continue studying offline. This program allows you to work at your own pace and provides access to instructors in case you have any questions on the material covered.

12 Lessons in Chapter 8: Ohio EOCE Integrated Math II: Graphing Linear Equations & Inequalities
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