Q: If y12x-2 were changed to y12x how would the graph of the new function compare to the original?

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If you mean y = 12x -2 and y = 12x then both slopes will be parallel but with the changed function having its slope passing through the origin (0, 0)

The graph is a region of the space on one side or another of the related function. If the inequality is strict then the related function itself is not part of the solution; otherwise it is.

Multiplying a function by -1 will make it a reflection of the original function across the x axis.

The straight line in the graph goes 'uphill' from left to right

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The answer will depend on what was changed to what!

If you mean y = 12x -2 and y = 12x then both slopes will be parallel but with the changed function having its slope passing through the origin (0, 0)

It would be shifted down

It would be less steep.

A line. The derivative of a function is its slope. If the slope is a constant then the graph is a line.

It would be less steep

The graph is a region of the space on one side or another of the related function. If the inequality is strict then the related function itself is not part of the solution; otherwise it is.

It is a reflection of the original graph in the line y = x.

Multiplying a function by -1 will make it a reflection of the original function across the x axis.

The straight line in the graph goes 'uphill' from left to right

y=x

If you mean y = x+5 changed to y = x+9 then the lines will be parallel to each other but with different y intercepts.