# Ch 17: Washington EOC - Algebra 1: Interpreting Linear Models

In your preparations for the Washington Algebra 1 EOC exit exam, watch these lessons to improve your understanding of the steps used to find the properties of linear models, evaluate rates of change, assess linear relationships and analyze real-life linear models.

## Washington EOC - Algebra 1: Interpreting Linear Models - Chapter Summary

As you study for the Washington Algebra 1 EOC exit exam, use these lessons to review how to solve problems that may ask you to find the properties of linear models, calculate rates of change or interpret linear relationships. These lessons are conducted by our professional instructors. Watch them to improve your skills in the following:

• Finding the slope and intercept of a line
• Calculating slopes using various forms of linear equations
• Determining the average rate of change of a linear model
• Interpreting rates of change and initial values
• Using data and graphs to interpret linear relationships
• Writing and evaluating linear models

Following these lessons, read the lesson transcripts to reinforce your retention of the information presented in them. Then take the lesson quizzes to discover topics you don't understand, and improve your understanding of these topics using the video tags to return to and study the parts of the lesson that explained them.

10 Lessons in Chapter 17: Washington EOC - Algebra 1: Interpreting Linear Models
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