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This equation is a straight line in slope intercept form. The y-intercept is the point (0,0), and the slope m= 3/4. Draw the graph by starting with the first point at (0,0). Then from this point go up 3 units, go right 4 units, and put another point. Connect the points and continue the line in both directions. Compare it to the graph below:
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equation ax+by+c = 0, slope is .
- X intercept is found by setting y to 0: ax+by=c becomes ax=c. that means that x = c/a. 0/3 = 0.
- Y intercept is found by setting x to 0: the equation becomes by=c, and therefore y = c/b. Y intercept is 0/-4 = -0.
- Slope is -3/-4 = 0.75.
- Equation in slope-intercept form: y=0.75*x+-0.
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