Line choice --- Introduction ---

There are 4 ways to describe a general line (not passing through the origine, neigher vertical nor horizontal) in the cartesian plane: by an implicite equation, an equation giving y as a function of x, one giving x as a function of y, or a system of parametric equations.

This exercise gives you a training occasion to get familiarized with these different descriptions of the line, as well as the graphics of the line. It can: .
You can choose the types of the equations:
equations or figures will be presented as choices, which the good answer. And a session will be composed of questions. (With a score assigned at the end of each session.)

Other exercises on: Lines   graphic choices   Equations   parametric equations  

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