# How do you graph y=8/3x-3?

$y = \frac{8}{3}$x-3 has a slope of 8/3 and a Y intercept of -3.
To start graphing this equation, think of $y =$mx+b. M is equal to our slope and b is equal to our Y-Intercept. By looking at the equation $y = \frac{8}{3}$x-3 we see that our M is 8/3 (Think of rise-:run). 8/3 means going up 8 units every time it goes to the right 3 units. Our $B =$-3, which means our graph will intersect the y-axis when $y =$3