# How do you graph the line #4x+3y-12=0#?

##### 1 Answer

#### Answer:

and

See full explanation for more detail:

#### Explanation:

**In order to clearly recognise the #x# and #y# intercepts of the function we may convert the given function to**

*linear gradient form*.

**That being:**

Where:

and

Therefore, let us do this:

Dividing both sides by

This implies that the

We can prove this via the statement:

Therefore:

This implies that the

We can thus determine the

This implies that the

If we plot these points on a Cartesian plane and draw a line between the two, the graph has been drawn.

Attached below is a graph of the function with the intercepts in frame:

graph{y=-4/3x+4 [-9.54, 10.46, -2.92, 7.08]}