• anonymous
graph the equation 2y=3x
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  • anonymous
First put the equation in slope-intercept form. y=mx+b To do that, divide both sides of the equation by 2 to get y alone. You end up with y=3/2x+0. Your y intercept is (0,0), where the line hits the y axis. Graph that point. Your next step is the slope. Slope, which is m, =rise over run, which in this case is 3/2. So, you will go up 3 from (0,0) and over 2 to the right and graph the next point. Repeat this process from this point and then connect all the points once you have enough.

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