# Use the line tool to graph the equation on the coordinate plane. y=−x

## Answers

Your slope is equal to -1 and your Y- intercept is equal to 0.

[tex]Use the line tool to graph the equation on the coordinate plane. y=−x[/tex]

Slope = -4.000/2.000 = -2.000

x-intercept = 0/2 = 0.00000

y-intercept = 0/1 = 0.00000

Given equation: y=-x.

We need to graph the equation using line tool.

In order to graph the line, we need to find some coordinates of the graph for the given line.

We would pick some rendom numbers for x's and plug in given equation to get the values of y's for those values of x's.

Let us take x=0 first.

Plugging x=0 in y=-x, we get

y= -0 =0

We got first coordinate (0,0).

Plugging x=-1.

y= -(-1) = +1

We got second coordinate (-1,1).

Plugging x=1, we get

y = -1

We got third coordinate (1,-1).

Ploting any two of the point on the graph and picking the line tool, we can draw a straight line by joining the coordinates.

[tex]Use the line tool to graph the equation on the coordinate plane. y=−x[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:

y=3/4x

3 represents how many spaces up or down you will go. 3 being up (positive) and -3 being down (negative).

4 or -4 represents shows you if you're moving right (positive) or left (negative).

You will start at (0,0) and you will go up 3 units, right 4 and that is your first point. Then up 3, over 4 again, and so on.

Hope this helps!

[tex]Use the line tool to graph the equation on the coordinate plane. y=3/4x[/tex]

y = mx +b

y = -2x +0

the y intercept is 0

so one point is (0,0)

the slope is -2

we go down 2 to the right 1 (1,-2)

we now have 2 points

2 points make a line

Hope this Helps you

Your line would go down 2 to the right and 1 over to the right.

Hope this helps.

I found it its (-5, -5)

The slope is -2 and the it goes through origo so y = 0

[tex]Use the line tool to graph the equation on the coordinate plane. y=−2x[/tex]

A screenshot of the graph is attached.

Explanation:

The y-intercept of a graph, where it crosses the y-axis, will be the point where x=0. In this case, if x=0, y=0; this makes the origin (0, 0) the y-intercept.

The slope of this line is -1. This means that for every increase of 1 in the x-axis, the y-coordinate will decrease by 1.

This tells us that from (0, 0), the graph will go to (1, -1); then to (2, -2), (3, -3), etc.

[tex]Use the line tool to graph the equation on the coordinate plane y=-x[/tex]

Here you go! Sorry I took forever to answer!

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