# How do you graph using slope and intercept of #3x-y=2#?

##### 1 Answer

Please read the explanation.

#### Explanation:

We are given the **liner equation**:

The **standard form** of a linear equation in the **slope-intercept form ** is:

**slope** and

**y-intercept**.

We rewrite the linear equation **slope-intercept form**:

Subtract

Multiply both sides of the equation by

We now have our linear equation in the slope-intercept form:

**Slope ** **y-intercept **

Slope can also be defined as **(Change in y)/(change in x)**

On a graph, plot the point on the **y-axis**, at the point

From this point

Join these two points to get the required graph:

Hope it helps.