# SOLUTION: graph the equation using the slope and the y intercept of y=1/5x+7. i know the first corrdinates will be (0,7) need help with finiding the other? Thanks

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Coordinate-system Question 327673: graph the equation using the slope and the y intercept of y=1/5x+7. i know the first corrdinates will be (0,7) need help with finiding the other? ThanksAnswer by stanbon(57377)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!graph the equation using the slope and the y intercept of y=(1/5)x+7. i know the first cordinates will be (0,7) need help with finding the other? ----- Plot that y-intercept: (0,7) ---- Slope = 1/5 which means "y increases 1/5 when x increases 1". --- Let x increase by 5, then y will increase by 1+7 = 8. That gives you the point (5,8) --- Plot it and draw a line thru the two points you have plotted. --------------------- Cheers, Stan H.