How do you graph #f(x)=6x-4#?

1 Answer
Jan 12, 2017

Answer:

Plot the points #(0.7, 0) # and #(0, -4)#

Join them with a straight line.. You get the graph.

Explanation:

Let -

#y=6x+4#

Find two points - x- intercept and y-intercept

x- intercept

At #y=0#

#6x -4=0#
#6x=4#
#x=4/6=2.3=0.7#

#(0.7, 0)#

y-intercept

At #x=0#

#y=6(0)-4#
#y=-4#

#(0, -4)#

Plot the points #(0.7, 0) # and #(0, -4)#

Join them with a straight line.. You get the graph.

graph{6x-4 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}