1. ## Graphing a line...

Graph a line with the following slope and y-intercept (note: I have a lot of difficulty with math, so please explain using easy to follow step by step instructions). Thanks!

slope=4/7 and y-intercept (0,2)

2. A simple straight line has the form of $y=mx+C$ where m is the slope and C is a constant.

Can you work out C for yourself by substituting in your known values?

3. Slope-intercept form is $y=mx+c$ where m is the slope and c is y-intercept.

So in your case we have $y=\frac{4}{7}x+2$

You can now plot some points from this function using a table of values, join the points to form the line.

or simply plot one point, the y-intercept and then use the gradient to find the direction of the line.

Do you follow?