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A linear equation is an equation that describes a straight line on a graph. …. Here are some steps to follow: Plug x = 0 into the equation and solve for y. Plot the point (0,y) on the y-axis. Plug y = 0 into the equation and solve for x. Plot the point (x,0) on the x-axis. Draw a straight line between the two points.

The angles are adjacent, sharing ray BC, and the non-adjacent rays, BA and BD, lie on line AD. Since the non-adjacent sides of a linear pair form a line, a linear pair of angles is always supplementary. However, just because two angles are supplementary does not mean they form a linear pair.

A linear pair is a pair of angles that lie next to each other on a line and whose measures add to equal 180 degrees. You may start to notice that a linear pair can be found in a lot of places, like where a tree meets level ground or where the body of an airplane connects to its wing.