In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to graph a linear equation. The linear equations example used in this video is y= 1/3x-3. The equation to graph a linear equation is y= mx+b. Now substitute each number into the equation. Therefore, m= 1/3 and b= -3. Begin by graphing the Y-intercept. M is the slope and b is the y-intercept. Plot the y-intercept on the -3 axis. Then move up once and to the side 3 times. This video will benefit those viewers who are struggling with this math unit and are in need of extra help.
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