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What are the similarities and differences between functions and linear equations?

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Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "similarities differences between functions linear equations" to get this:

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I need help with rewriting a relation so it is a function!!!!!

for example { (1,3), (-8, 7), (2,3), (1, -6), (0,0), (5,3) }

I am lost and need help quick

• algebra 1 -

2g-3h=0
3g-2h=5

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hi

• algebra -

okay, so if you have a arithmetic sequence you have the numbers to get your full sequence but a linear equation can provide and equation to get the arithmetic sequences, so it is part of an arithmetic sequence, but they are different because they both have a different concept that are used for different sequences

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