A linear function is a function of the form **y=ax+b**, where **a** and **b** are some numbers.

The graph of linear function is a line.

When the coefficient **a **increases, the angle between the graph and the axle decreases, while at zero it increases.

At **b=0**, the function can only be simultaneously in two quarters of the coordinate plane.

Below you can see an example of graphs of various linear functions.

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Examples line function graph:

**Graph of function y=x**

**Graph of function y=2x**

**Graph of function y=x+3**

**Graph of function y=-2x**

**Graph of function y=2x-5**

All line function graphs are built with our **graphical calculator**