A. Since a constant change in the xvalue correponds to a constant change in the yvalue, y=3x4 is not a linear equation.
B. Since a constant change in the xvalue correponds to a constant change in the yvalue, y=3x4 is a linear equation.
C. Since a constant change in the yvalue, y=3x4 is a linear equation.
D. Since there is not constant change in the xvalue correponding to a constant change in the yvalue, y=3x4 is a not linear equation.
Identify the equation y=2x5 as linear or not linear.
Identify the equation y=2x3 as linear or not linear.
Why is y=3x2 not linear?
A. there is not a constant change in the xvalue
B. a constant change in the xvalue does not correspond to a constant change in the yvalue
C. there is only one yvalue for each xvalue
D. there is a constant change in the xvalue
B. Since a constant change in the xvalue correponds to a constant change in the yvalue, y=3x4 is a linear equation.
C. Since a constant change in the yvalue, y=3x4 is a linear equation.
D. Since there is not constant change in the xvalue correponding to a constant change in the yvalue, y=3x4 is a not linear equation.
Identify the equation y=2x5 as linear or not linear.
Identify the equation y=2x3 as linear or not linear.
Why is y=3x2 not linear?
A. there is not a constant change in the xvalue
B. a constant change in the xvalue does not correspond to a constant change in the yvalue
C. there is only one yvalue for each xvalue
D. there is a constant change in the xvalue

When there are two variables that are added or subtracted, there is a linear equation: y = 3x – 4 is linear in slope intercept form. There is a constant change
2) Assuming you mean y = 3x², this is a quadratic which graphs as a parabola and not linear.
(Linear in these cases means "straight line".)
2) Assuming you mean y = 3x², this is a quadratic which graphs as a parabola and not linear.
(Linear in these cases means "straight line".)