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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceHomework Help · 2 months ago

Graph the line with y-intercept 3 and slope -2?

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  • 2 months ago

    The line with y-intercept 3 and slope -2:

    y = -2 x + 3

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    2 months ago

    put one point at the y-intercept

    (0, 3)

    Slope is rise/run

    For a slope of -2 

    drop y down 2;   from 3 to 1

    move x right 1;   From 0 to 1

    this is point (1, 1)

    Draw a line through the two points

     

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  • 2 months ago

    y = mx + b; where m is the slope and b is 

    the y-intercept.

    y = -2x + 3

    Now solve once with x = 0 and again with y = 0.

    You’ll end up with two pairs of points to draw your graph.

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