How do you graph y=4x+1?

1 Answer

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.