The graph of a linear equation may not be a straight line.

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The answer is false
Hi, false for sure! 

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false

Explanation:

a linear equation always graphs a straight line

answer:

correct

step-by-step explanation:

If this is a true false question. The answer is false. The idea behind a linear equation is that it is a straight line. Proof for this is the y=mx+b equation. Where m defines a constant slope(or in other words, a straight line) and b represents how high the line appears.
As you can see there is nothing that could bend the line into a more curvy shape (things that do bend are polynomials and such)
If this is a true false question. The answer is false. The idea behind a linear equation is that it is a straight line. Proof for this is the y=mx+b equation. Where m defines a constant slope(or in other words, a straight line) and b represents how high the line appears.
As you can see there is nothing that could bend the line into a more curvy shape (things that do bend are polynomials and such)
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