Equation to Graph

  • J. Newbury


In chapter 9 we investigated the problem of finding the equation of a straight line given the graph of the line. In practice we often need to reverse this step — to draw a graph of a straight line whose equation is given. From our present knowledge this is a relatively elementary operation. Let us approach the problem via an example: suppose we wish to draw a graph of the line y = ¾x + 2.

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