# How do you graph y=-x+2 using slope intercept form?

We graph a line with slope $- 1$, passing through the point $y = 2$ on the y-axis. It passes through the point $x = 2$ on the x-axis.
Slope intercept form is $y = m x + c$, where $m$ is the gradient (slope) and $c$ is the y-intercept.
The equation is already written in slope-intercept form, so we can simply read the slope and y-intercept: $m = - 1$ and $c = 2$.