# math

I need to come up with some ideas of things that have interesting linear relationships. I understand that a linear relationship is something that has a straight line, so is growing or declining at a constant amount every time period, or mile, or whatever, but what would be an example of this?

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1. Distance traveled to and distance from a particular goal from a particular starting point (negative relationship).

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