How do you graph #y = (-2/3)x + 4#?

1 Answer
Apr 14, 2018

Answer:

graph{(-2/3x)+4 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}

Explanation:

The equation is in the form

#y=mx+b#

so it's a linear equation, which creates a straight line on a graph.

The #m# value is the slope and the #b# value is the #y#-intercept.

The slope is #-2/3# because it goes down by #2/3# on the y-axis for every increment of #1# in the x-axis.

The #y#-intercept is #(0,5)# because that's the point where the line touches the #y#-axis.