algebra
posted by Jalen .
Graphing Linear equations.
How do I graph y=4x+3

find two points on that straight line and draw a line through them with a straight edge.
easy ones are where x = 0
then
y = 3 so (0 , 3)
then where y = 0
4x=3 so x = 3/4 so (0.75 , 0)
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