This is a great worksheet that has 6 graphing problems by using a table and 6 graphing problems by using the intercepts. Both sets of problems are mixed between graphing lines and inequalities. The last 5 problems are application problems to help the students practice creating linear functions (which I call equations in the beginning), plugging numbers in, and solving for the missing variables. By the time I start teaching graphing, I have already spent time on writing the functions from application problems. I teach it earlier than the books because I know that they need the extra time to practice the skill and it is a good link from the previous unit of solving equations.
In total this worksheet has 17 problems and is a great homework assignment or class work. I have also included the key with descriptions of how I teach the different types of problems.