Graphing a line in slopeintercept form is easy in simple after watching this video. In this math tutorial, you'll be guided stepbystep how to graph a line from an equation in the y=mx+b format. The steps include determining the slope and the yintercept, plotting the yintercept on the graph, and finally applying the slope to connect the points. The video guides you through the entire process by illustrating and demonstrating all the necessary steps, thus making graphing a snap.
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