The equation of a straight line graph is given by:

y = mx + c

Where

m = the gradient (slope) of the line c = the y-intercept (where the line cuts the y-axis)

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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