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Graphing an Equation Using the Slope-Intercept Form Manipulate the equation into slope-intercept form, y = mx + b. Identify and plot the y-intercept of the line. Remember, the y-intercept is b. Don’t forget: The sign goes with the number. Identify and use the slope of the line to find a second point. Remember, the slope is m. Don’t forget: Starting at the y-intercept, the numerator tells you the rise (count up if positive and down if negative), the denominator tells you the run (count right.) Draw a straight line through the two points to complete the graph.
This is my last assignment.
So it's just telling you to graph any Equation in Slope int form?