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Match each equation with its graph below.$$y=3 x-1$$

option (a)

Algebra

Chapter 5

Exponents and Polynomials

Section 1

Rules for Exponents

Polynomials

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This problem gives you a slope point or point slope form of the line. And ask you to match it with a graph. So we have y minus negative one equals 3/2 x minus one. So there is a coordinate we can get out of here of Why -2. So that's gonna be negative one for your wife coordinate and x minus one. So that's gonna be positive one for your X coordinate. So we get one negative one. So I can graph that point. So I'll just sketch that on a graph here At 1 -1. Which would be, let's just say this is one, this is negative one. That would be this point down here and a slope of 3/2 means it is rising three for every two to the right. So that that would just be an upward increasing line. And we don't need to be too precise here because because our Only graph that it could possibly match with would be graph see through the .1 -1. An upward sloping graph.

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