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rebekah8103
sketch a graph of y=f(x). f(x)=-4x +5.
so why don't you make a chart with x values on the left and y values on the right for me
You could see that it is already in equation form of a line, which is: y= mx+b the fact that "m" in this case is negative, means that your slope is opposite of how it looks BUT you can also pick a piont and then use slope\( \frac{4}{1}\) which is rise over run to draw more points
Drag the top of the rectangle up and down in the tool below to explore the functional relationship between the two shapes?