8th grade
posted by jazmine .
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

WRITE EQUATIONS FOR THE AREA OF THE ORIGIBAL SQUARE AND THE ARE OF THE NEW RECTANGGL IN TERMS OF X.

this isnt advanced math

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 
im so tired omg damnnn......

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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. 
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