It is a straight line which goes through the points (2,0) and (0, -4)
4x2y The degree of the monomial is 2.
Sensible but hard to explain
The picture of the graph is in the related links section.
The graph of y = x - 8 is a straight line. The slope of the line is 1, and it intersects the y-axis at the point y = -8.
The graph of the equation y=8 is a horizontal line through the y-intercept of 8. This is because since y=8, any point on the graph will have a y-coordinate of 8. This is why it is a horizontal line through (0,8).
They are the same equation just written differently so they are both easy to graph.
The figures are exactly the same, but every point on the first graph is exactly 13 below the corresponding point on the second one.
y=-5x+8 the slope is -5.
To graph them, you need to put them into the formula y=mx+b. If x+y=8 subtract x to get y=-x+8. 8 is the y-intercept and your line should be heading downward from left to right.