In a linear relationship, two variables or quantities are proportionate to one another. As one variable changes, there is a constant rate of change in another variable. In a graphic representation, a linear relationship ... More »

A linear relationship in mathematics is one in which the graphing of a data set results in a straight line. The formula y = mx+b is used to represent a linear relationship. In this formula m is the slope of the line, and... More »

A linear pattern exists if the points that make it up form a straight line. In mathematics, a linear pattern has the same difference between terms. The patterns replicate on either side of a straight line. More »

Inverse variation is defined as the relationship between two variables in which the resultant product is a constant. If a is inversely proportional to b, the form of equation is a = k/b, where k is a constant. More »

There are several differences including the number of variables as well as other nomials, their graphed appearance, and complexity of representation or relationship. A linear equation is the mathematical representation o... More »

Linear algebra originated as the study of linear equations and the relationship between a number of variables. Linear algebra specifically studies the solution of simultaneous linear equations. More »

The term "direct variation" refers to a mathematical correlation between two variables where one variable can be represented as a constant multiple of the other unknown quantity. It is also known as a "direct proportion.... More »

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