# How do you graph #y=3x+4# using the slope and intercept?

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See detailed explanation.

#### Explanation:

I'm sure that you know the formula for slope-intercept form but if you don't, here it is:

*Note: m = slope; b = y-intercept*

Now correlating this with the given equation,

m(slope) = 3, and b(y-intercept) = 4.

Since we know the y-intercept is 4, we get the point

With a point and the slope, we can figure out the next points.

For instance, since the slope is

So the next point after the y-intercept would be

To get a previous point, the point will be

So the point before the y-intercept would be

**Here is the graph for reference:**

graph{3x+4 [-9.75, 10.25, -1.48, 8.52]}