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To graph the equation y equals one half times x minus 3 using the slope and yintercept, you would have to do which of the following?
Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move down 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points.
Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move up 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points.
Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move down 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points.
Graph the yi
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To graph the equation y equals one half times x minus 3 using the slope and yintercept, you would have to do which of the following? Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move down 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points. Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move up 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points. Graph the yintercept, 3. From that point, move down 1 and to the right 2 to plot another point. Then draw a line that passes through both points. Graph the yi
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Well your equation looks like this \[y = (1/2)x 3\] Using the slopeintercept form, which we already have here, 3 is your y intercept. Your slope is found to be 1/2 This tells us you should start at (0,3) and use rise over run to find new points. In this case, up 1, and right 2. Remember, if one numbers were negative (ex 1/2 or 1/2), they would go in the opposite direction.
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