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## How do you know a linear function is decreasing?

A **linear relationship is one where increasing or decreasing one variable n times will cause a corresponding increase or decrease of n times in the other variable too. In simpler words, if you double one variable, the other will double as well.**

## What does it mean to decrease linearly?

Yes. Linear functions always have an x- and y-intercept, so they are **always increasing or decreasing**

## Are all linear functions increasing or decreasing?

If a linear graph is increasing then **its gradient is positive, since when increases by 1, y changes by a positive number. If a linear graph is decreasing, the gradient is a negative number. What happens when the gradient of a linear graph is 0? The y-value does not change when increases and so the graph is horizontal.**

## How do you know if a linear graph is increasing or decreasing?

If a linear graph is increasing then **its gradient is positive, since when increases by 1, y changes by a positive number. If a linear graph is decreasing, the gradient is a negative number. What happens when the gradient of a linear graph is 0? The y-value does not change when increases and so the graph is horizontal.**

## How do you determine if the function is increasing or decreasing?

**How can we tell if a function is increasing or decreasing?**

## What does changing linearly mean?

A linear relationship is **one where increasing or decreasing one variable n times will cause a corresponding increase or decrease of n times in the other variable too. In simpler words, if you double one variable, the other will double as well.**

## What does increases linearly mean?

A quantity grows linearly **if it grows by a constant amount for each unit of time.**

## How do you find a linear decrease?

**Determining whether a Linear Function Is Increasing, Decreasing, or Constant**

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## Can a linear function decreasing?

A **linear function may be increasing, decreasing, or constant. For an increasing function, as with the train example, the output values increase as the input values increase. The graph of an increasing function has a positive slope.**