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Draw a line with a slope of 1/4 through the point (0,-4)

I don't know what to do here.

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asked by gwen
  1. -4 = (1/4) (0) + b
    b = -4

    y = (1/4) x -4
    or
    4 y = x - 16 graph that line

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    posted by Damon
  2. but there is no graph on my paper showing that it only goes to -6

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    posted by gwen
  3. well, naturally, we have no way of knowing what graphs you have on your paper. Draw your own graph, and see whether it looks like one of your choices. The line naturally, does not stop at -6, though you don't even say whether that is x or y.

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    posted by Steve

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