How do you graph #y= -x+7 #?

1 Answer
Apr 24, 2017

Answer:

graph{-x + 7 [-10, 10, -5, 5]} This is what your graph should look like. Just make sure to extend the y-axis further up to show the y-intercept.

Explanation:

The "+7" indicates that there will be a y-intercept at 7. Therefore, you can plot a point at (0,7). Next, go 1 unit down and one to the right from the point you have just plotted. Mark this with another point. Connect the two points and extend your line. Don't forget to label the x and y-axis and draw arrowheads on your line.

I hope that helps!