How do you graph this equation?

y = 6/5x +6

y = 6/5x +6

Slope-intercept form is y = mx + b

m is the slope

b is the y-intercept {where the line crosses the y-axis}

y = 6/5x + 6

slope = 6/5

y-intercept = 6

To graph:

- put a point on 6 on the y-axis (the y-intercept is where the line crosses the y-axis}

- slope means rise over run, so from the point on 6, go up 6 and to the right 5 and put another point

- draw a line through the two points

m is the slope

b is the y-intercept {where the line crosses the y-axis}

y = 6/5x + 6

slope = 6/5

y-intercept = 6

To graph:

- put a point on 6 on the y-axis (the y-intercept is where the line crosses the y-axis}

- slope means rise over run, so from the point on 6, go up 6 and to the right 5 and put another point

- draw a line through the two points

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