How do you graph the line #y=2x + 6#?

1 Answer
Mar 24, 2018

Answer:

Plot to points and join the line formed

Explanation:

Since two points are enough to characterize a line, we can simply find two points lying on this line, plot them and then simply join them
For #y=2x+6#, take two easy points.
If #x=0# then we know that #y=6#
So one point is #(0,6)#

If #y=0# then we know that #x=-3#
So another point is #(-3,0)#

And that's it plot those two points and connect them using a line
graph{2x+6 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}

Note: I used these two points because they are the easiest to use because they had 0 in them