Posted by jazmine on .
im in advanced math so i do 8th grade math and i don't understand how too gragh the fractions in equations like y=2/3x+1

8th grade 
SHEKINAH,
WRITE EQUATIONS FOR THE AREA OF THE ORIGIBAL SQUARE AND THE ARE OF THE NEW RECTANGGL IN TERMS OF X.

8th grade 
Black guy,
this isnt advanced math

8th grade 
Jazzy,
Make a 4 quadrant graph or for this 1 quadrant is fine.
graph the yintercept which is (0,1)
the slope is the growth factor 2/3 (rise over run)
from (0,1) go up 2 and move to the right 3 times
draw a line connecting the 2 points
 and done
*whenever u see a fraction refer to it as rise over run the numerator will tell u how much to go up or down which is the "rise"
and "run" is the denominator it tells u to go left or right 
8th grade 
brianna,
im so tired omg damnnn......

Art 
Anonymous,
When an idea is presented in a that is original, it is considered to be

8th grade 
nuicka,
G jj ff

8th grade 
Anonymous,
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8th grade 
Marilena,
y=2/3x+1
U use the formula y=mx+b. Ur m=2/3 and ur b=1. For a graph u would start at 1 and go up 2 and over positive 3 until u cannot go any further and then u would go down 2 and over negative 3. 
8th grade 
stephanie,
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