Use and understand y=mx+c
The equation of a straight line graph is given by:
y = mx + c
Where
m = the gradient (slope) of the line c = the yintercept (where the line cuts the yaxis)
The equation of every single straight line graph can be written like this, and any equation that can be written this way will produce a straight line when plotted on a graph.
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