How do you graph the function #y=4x#?

1 Answer
Mar 12, 2017

See below


The basic form of the graph is:


#a# represents the slope and #b# represents the y intercept. In this case however, we don't have a y intercept. So our slope is just 4. That means for every increase in x, y goes up by 4 and for every decrease in x, y goes down by 4. Thus, your graph will look like this:

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