If you had a problem like y=(1/3)x how would you graph it?

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If you had a problem like y=(1/3)x how would you graph it?

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it's a straight line with slope 1/3 that goes through the origin. for every y it increases, the x would increase with three
y = (1/3)x + 0 The slope is 1/3 The intercept is y = 0. Plot the point (0,0) and then go to the right 3 and go up 1 to the point (1,3). Connect those two dots, and that's your line. :)
Here is a good program for graphing, it's free, it is called Geogbra, I use it all the time :)

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THe link is http://www.geogebra.org/cms/ if you want it
Props for mentioning Geogebra. :D
Not sure if that was right
Thanks for your help mitosuki I will try it out
No problem

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