This worksheet will see your learners forming equations of straight lines from given information and vice versa, using equations to state the gradient and y intercept.

In section A, students are given the gradients of sixteen straight lines as well as a coordinate on the straight lines. In each case, pupils will write the equation of each straight line in the form y = mx + c. In the instances where the coordinate given is not the y intercept, students will have to use substitution to find it.

Next up, students are given thirteen different equations and they will have to state the gradient and y intercept of each. However, some of the equations will need rearranging beforehand as they are not all in the form y = mx + c.

Section C provides three further problems involving equations of straight lines.

Gradients are integer and fractional, positive and negative.