How do you find slope and intercepts to graph #y=2x-3#?

1 Answer
Jul 11, 2018

see below


this is the equation of a straight line that is generally written
#y = m xx x + q#
m is the slope of the line and is the proportionality coefficient between y and x.
The larger m is, the more the line is hanging
q (-3) is the intercept with the Y axis and is the value you find if you put x=0 (this is the axis y equation)
similarly if you put Y=0 (that is the equation of X axis you find the intercept with X axis that is X= 3/2
graph{2x-3 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}