How to graph a linear function from slope-intercept form

Compare y = mx + b y = mx + b to the given equation \large {y = {3 \over 4}x - 2} y = 43x − 2 . Clearly, we can identify both the slope and y y -intercept. The y y -intercept is simply b = - 2 b = −2 or \left ( {0,2} \right) (0,2) while the slope is

Graphing a Line Using the Slope and Y-Intercept

Step 1: Use the general form of a linear function to identify the slope and the {eq}y{/eq}-intercept of the function from the line given. The general form of a linear function is {eq}y=mx+b {/eq}.

The slope-intercept form of a linear equation

Graph the linear equation y = −3 2 x+2 y = − 3 2 x + 2 Step 1: The general form of a linear function is y=mx+b. In this equation the m m stands for the slope of the line and b b stands

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