SOLUTION: My math homework question is to draw a line through (-2,4) with a slope of -2. Label an intercept. I am not sure if i am doing y=MX+B or y=m(x-x1)+y1 and how do i graph that? thank

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 Question 440486: My math homework question is to draw a line through (-2,4) with a slope of -2. Label an intercept. I am not sure if i am doing y=MX+B or y=m(x-x1)+y1 and how do i graph that? thanks Answer by Alan3354(30993)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!My math homework question is to draw a line through (-2,4) with a slope of -2. Label an intercept. --------- y = mx + b always works. Find b, the y-intercept 4 = -2*-2 + b b = 0 --------- The y-int is 0, or (0,0). Use that as one point. Count 2 squares down and 1 to the right --> (1,-2) is another point. Draw a line thru them The line will go thru (-2,4)