# How do you graph y = 2x - 6?

To graph $y = 2 x - 6$ you would plot a point at $\left(0 , - 6\right)$ at the y-intercept, then go up $2$ over $1$ since the slope is $2$ (same as $\frac{2}{1}$). You would continue from that point going up $2$ right $1$ plotting points at each stop and then you can draw the line.