# How do you graph #y=4x+4# using rise over run?

##### 1 Answer

The "rise over run" method is used for the slope, and you start at the

#### Explanation:

This function is linear. This means that the graph will be a straight line.

The rise and run method is only valid for the slope.

The slope is the term with the variable, in this case,

Rise and run is also useful for slopes with a fraction, with the numerator being the "rise" and the denominator being the "run". All whole numbers are a fraction with the denominator being

Therefore, in this case, the rise is by

Where we start is the

From

Put all this together and we get a graph looking like this:

graph{y=4x+4 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}

Hope this helps :)