Do you know how to graph an equation once you have the equation. Say you have an equation like y=mx+b. The first thing you need to do is make your graph. Once you have made your graph, everything will be easier to plot. The first thing you need to do is plug in your numbers to the equation above. Lets say that once you plug in the numbers, you get y= 3/4x + 5. Once you have your equation plugged in, you need to find the y-intercept. To find the y-intercept, all you need to do is look at the number which replaces the letter b in your equation in this case, it is positive five. Since it is a positive number you need to plot it on the positive side of the y-intercept. Once this is plotted, you need to plot the fraction part of the equation, in this case 3/4. To plot it, you need to go to the positive five, go up three, and since the 4 is positive go to the right four times. Once this is there, make a point where it stopped. There you go, your equation is complete.
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