How to Graph Y=3/4x

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Graphing Y=3/4X will allow you to find out what X is equal to. Graph Y=3/4X with help from an expert in computers, with two degrees in both Computer Science and Applied Mathematics from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name's Stefan. Today, I'm gonna be speaking on how to graph y equals three-fourths x. Now, it's always good to use simple numbers when graphing. So, we can see that when x is zero, y is gonna equal zero. It's when I plot that point, the first point is right there. And the number that is next to the x, or the coefficient to the x, that's our slope. So we know the graph is going to go up three and over four. So we'll go up one, two, three, and over one, two, three, four. Boom. So now we have our two points, and now we can draw our line. All I'm doing is connecting the dots, and there you have our line that goes all the way to infinity, and this is y equals three-fourths x.


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