How do you graph #-3/4x+2=-y#?

1 Answer
May 13, 2018

Answer:

Below

Explanation:

#-y=-3/4x+2#
Find the x and y intercepts.

When #y=0#,
#0=-3/4x+2#
#3/4x=2#
#x=2times4/3#
#x=8/3#
Your x-intercept is #(8/3,0)#

When #x=0#,
#-y=-3/4(0)+2#
#y=-2#
Your y-intercept is #(0,-2)#

Plot your intercepts onto your graph paper and draw a line that passes through both points.

graph{3/4x-2 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}