S sdinulescu Mar 2010 6 0 May 23, 2010 #1 Given a point on the line and the slope sketch the graph (0,-4) and m = 2/3 Thanks

e^(i*pi) MHF Hall of Honor Feb 2009 3,053 1,333 West Midlands, England May 23, 2010 #2 sdinulescu said: Given a point on the line and the slope sketch the graph (0,-4) and m = 2/3 Thanks Click to expand... Use the form \(\displaystyle y-y_1 = m(x-x_1)\) \(\displaystyle (x_1,y_1) = (0,-4)\) Even easier you are given the y-intercept so draw a line that goes up 2 for every 3 units right

sdinulescu said: Given a point on the line and the slope sketch the graph (0,-4) and m = 2/3 Thanks Click to expand... Use the form \(\displaystyle y-y_1 = m(x-x_1)\) \(\displaystyle (x_1,y_1) = (0,-4)\) Even easier you are given the y-intercept so draw a line that goes up 2 for every 3 units right