fosilifer0ag

2023-03-12

How to graph the equation $y=3x+1$?

Nathanael Bates

Beginner2023-03-13Added 2 answers

$y=3x+1$ is in the slope intercept form

$y=mx+b$

m = the slope in this case 3

b = the y intercept in this case 1.

Think of b as the graph's starting point; it is the y intercept.

So start with (0,1) the y intercept and make the first point at (0,1)

Think of m ( the slope) as the mountain slope, This is the angle of the slope of the line

So in this case go up three on the y axis and over 1 on the x axis.

make the next point at 1 + 3 = 4 for the y value and 0 + 1 = 1 for the x value. Make the next point at ( 1, 4)

Now connect the points. creating the line

$y=mx+b$

m = the slope in this case 3

b = the y intercept in this case 1.

Think of b as the graph's starting point; it is the y intercept.

So start with (0,1) the y intercept and make the first point at (0,1)

Think of m ( the slope) as the mountain slope, This is the angle of the slope of the line

So in this case go up three on the y axis and over 1 on the x axis.

make the next point at 1 + 3 = 4 for the y value and 0 + 1 = 1 for the x value. Make the next point at ( 1, 4)

Now connect the points. creating the line