How do you graph y=4x+1? Algebra Graphs of Linear Equations and Functions Graphs of Linear Equations 1 Answer George R. · Stefan V. Dec 7, 2017 Answer: graph{4x+1 [-10, 10, -5, 5]} Explanation: The #y#-intercept is found by setting #x=0#. #y=4(0)+1# #y=1 # Graph the point #(0,1)# and the slope is #4# because the coefficient before #x# is the rise over #1# if the coefficient isn't a fraction. So you would go #4# up and #1# over. Then connect a line through the two points. And that will give you your graph. Related questions How do you graph # y=4x+7#? How do you graph #p=2(h)#? How many points do you need to plot? How do you know which variable is the "x" and the "y"? How do you make a table? What does a graph of linear equations in two variables look like? How do you graph linear equations? How do you graph #y=6-1.25x#? How do you check your solutions? How do you graph #3x-2y=6# by the find the x and y intercepts? See all questions in Graphs of Linear Equations Impact of this question 504 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License