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y=6x-3

that is in point-slope form, y=mx+b, where m= the slope and b= the y-intercept

start you graph at the y-intercept, -3

6 is the same as 6/1 or 6 over 1

slope is rise/run so rise 6, run 1

from -3 you go up 6 and over 1. (3,1)

Q: How do you graph y equals 6x - 3?

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No translation will invert a quadratic graph.

It works out that x = 6 and y = 3 or as (6, 3)

6X - 4Y = 24 - 4Y = -6X + 24 Y = 3/2X - 6 slope(m) = 3/2 Y intercept = - 6

y=6x-16 y=-2x+8

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It is 6 and the y intercept is -1

y=3x+(3/2), so the slope is 3 or (3/1).

y = -6x + 3 Multiply the slope by the negative reciprocal y = 1/6x + 3

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equation*6x-3*...answer*6(-4)-3=-27*...variable*x=-4*

It is exactly as in the question: y = -6x + 3

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6x - 3y - 1 = 5Subtract 6x from each side:-3y - 1 = -6x + 5Add 1 to each side:-3y = -6x + 6Divide each side by -3 :y = 2x - 2Draw a straight line, with a slope of 2, through the point [ y = -2 ] on the y-axis.

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y=(6x-5)/3

No translation will invert a quadratic graph.