I am terrible at graphs and need to create a graph that shows the slope of a straight line use the point–slope form, y - y1 = m(x- x1.)
The gap is 8-7-8 therefore the next gap should be 7
So 51+7 = 58
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Point slope form requires coordinates. Do you have any ordered pairs?
Sales of 16-Inch Rims
Year 1996 1998 2000 2002
Percentage 28 36 43 51
(1998-1996)/(36-28) slope is 2/8
Ok. Assuming "year" is the "Y" axis- We know M is 2/8, or 1/4.
Let (28,1996) Represent the first pair.
Y-1996=1/4X - 28
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so this is all there is to creating a slope of a straight graph? so, if I wanted to created a actual graph I would go to word document and select the line graph and then what do I enter for the x and y to created the actual graph. Sorry I have never had to create one before!
Your Y-intercept is 1989, and you rise 1, run 4 to create your line.