# How do you express the y-value is five more than four times the x-value as an equation?

$y = 4 x + 5$
You would write this as $y = 4 x + 5$
In this equation, $y$ represents the y-value, $4 x$ represents "four times the x-value", and $+ 5$ represents "five more than".
$4 x + 5$ is therefore "five more than four times the x-value".