How do you graph #h(x) = -1/4x+5#?
Spot 2 points on a graph and draw a line joining those points.
Alright, so first things first, let's compare this with the standard equation of a line:
So we have:
#c#(i.e. y intercept) is positive. So this line will contain the point (0,5) and it will be in the first quadrant as well.
Okay, so we already have our first point,
Now pick a simple integer (preferably a multiple of 4 because x is divided by 4 in the equation) like
So another point is