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sue101

  • 2 years ago

What is the graph of y =x^3

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    so the equation for graphing is y=mx+b, m is your slope and b is your y intercept. So 3 is your y intercept, put a point on (0,3) and then your slope is 1/1 so your line will be up one and over to the right one and then make a point there and then keep going, and there's your line.

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    ? ^ this is not a linear equation, @Fosterthepeople

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