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How do you determine that an equation is linear?

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The first sign that an equation is linear is that all its variables increase with constant correspondence.

Also, a linear equation can be represented in several forms, including standard forms, indices, etc. However, these numbers carry no exponents.

Finally, when represented on a graph, linear equations have a constant slope.

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