Graph each equation by using the y-intercept and slope
y=-x-4
Y-int=______
Slope=_____
whats the y-intercept and slope for this equation?

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Answers:

y intercept = -4

slope = -1

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Explanation:

The given equation is the same as y = -1x + (-4)

Compare this to y = mx+b form, and we see that

m = -1 is the slope

b = -4 is the y intercept

To graph y = -x-4, you could plot the two points (0,-4) and (1,-5) and draw a straight line through them. Extend the line as far as you can in either direction.

Notice how going from (0,-4) to (1,-5) follows the process “down 1, right 1” which is directly pulled from the slope = -1 = -1/1.

Answers:y intercept =

-4slope =

-1==========================================

Explanation:

The given equation is the same as y = -1x + (-4)

Compare this to y = mx+b form, and we see that

m = -1 is the slope

b = -4 is the y intercept

To graph y = -x-4, you could plot the two points (0,-4) and (1,-5) and draw a straight line through them. Extend the line as far as you can in either direction.

Notice how going from (0,-4) to (1,-5) follows the process “down 1, right 1” which is directly pulled from the slope = -1 = -1/1.