www.purplemath.com/modules/graphexp2.htm

Graph y = 3<sup>x</sup>. Since 3<sup>x</sup> grows so quickly, I will not be able to find many
reasonably-graphable points on the right-hand side of the graph. And 3<sup>x</sup> will very
quickly ...

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Feb 28, 2013 ... #2, Graph y = 3x ... How to Sketch an Equation by Plotting Points, y = 3x - 1
Example, Intermediate Algebra Lesson 59 - Duration: 8:45.

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y = x – 3. We now have the equation in slope intercept form and we can move ...
Step 2: Graph the y-intercept point (the number in the b position) on the y-axis.

www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra-home/alg-linear-eq-func/alg-x-and-y-intercepts/v/graphing-using-x-and-y-intercepts

An old video of Sal where he draws the line y=3x-9 by finding its x- and y-
intercetps.

www.kirkwood.edu/pdf/uploaded/119/graphing_calculator.pdf

graph. In this case, the window goes from -10 to 10 for X and. -10 to 10 for Y. Xscl
.... Use a graphing utility to graph the equations 1. Y X/3 1. = + and 2. Y. 3X 2.

www.themathpage.com/alg/equation-of-a-line-2.htm

How to find the x- and y-intercepts of the graph of a straight line. The equations of
vertical and horizontal ... a), y, = 2x + 4, b), y, = 3x − 12. 2x + 4, = 0, 3x − 12, = 0.

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Examples: x^2+y^2=9 (an equation of a circle with a radius of 3); sin(x)+cos(y)=
0.5; 2x-3y=1; cos(x^2)=y ... style you may prefer Function Grapher and Calculator
...

www.regentsprep.org/regents/math/algebra/ac1/eqlines2.htm

There are several ways to graph a straight line given its equation. ... y = 3x + 2. 2.
The number in front of x is the slope. (If necessary, place this number over 1 to

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Cubic graphs and graphs of circles - Higher. Page: ... Graphs of the form y = <sup>1</sup>/x, <sup>2</sup>
/x, <sup>3</sup>/x, etc., are known as reciprocal graphs, and they all have a similar shape:.

jwilson.coe.uga.edu/emt668/EMAT6680.Folders/Barron/unit/Lesson 5/5.html

In the lesson, "Graphing Lines," we graphed some lines that intersected at a
specific point. Specifically, we graphed the two equations y = 2x + 5 and y = (-3/2)
x + ...