# Ch 7: Understanding Linear Equations

This chapter contains helpful video lessons that will go over key facts about linear equations in algebra. These topics will help you better teach this subject at the high school level.

## Understanding Linear Equations - Chapter Summary

If you would like to learn about the key elements of linear equations in algebra as well as the ways in which you can better teach them to your students, watch the online video lessons contained in this chapter for clear and comprehensive overviews of this subject. The lessons' instructors will teach you linear equations as a whole.

In these lessons, you will learn about the key components of linear equations as they relate to an Algebra I study program. The lessons will also show you how students will use linear equations in an algebra class. Some of the specific topics you will explore are:

• The definition of a linear equation
• How to apply the distributive property to linear equations
• Intercepts, standard form and graphing
• Undefined and zero slope
• Transverse, parallel, and perpendicular lines and graphs
• The process of writing linear equations
• Systems of equations

Our instructors are uniquely experienced in teaching these specific topics, and they will be sure to convey all relevant information to you in an engaging manner. The chapter also offers practice quizzes that will be helpful in ensuring that you have understood some of the main points from the lessons. Your personal Dashboard will allow you to track your learning progress as you complete each lesson.

11 Lessons in Chapter 7: Understanding Linear Equations
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