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

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Apr 3, 2018

Answer:

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.

Explanation:

Slope intercept form is #y=mx+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#.