# How do you graph #y=4x-8#?

##### 1 Answer

Refer to the graph with Slope(m) = 4 and Y-Intercept

#### Explanation:

Also,

We need to graph

We observe that it is already in Slope-Intercept Form.

Hence, Slope =

Y-Intercept

Go to the graph and plot the point the point

Then rise 4 and run 1. Plot the point

Then again "rise 4" and then "run" 1. Plot the point

Join all these points on the graph and you will find a straight line. graph{4x - 8 [-19.75, 20.25, -14.88, 5.12]}

Also refer to an additional graph available with my suggested solution with points plotted.

Hope this helps.