# How do you graph the equation #y=2x-7#?

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To graph the equation (y = 2x - 7), you can start by plotting points on the coordinate plane. Since this equation is in slope-intercept form ((y = mx + b)), where (m) is the slope and (b) is the y-intercept, you know that the y-intercept is at ((0, -7)). From there, you can use the slope of (2) to find another point. For example, if you move one unit to the right (increase (x) by (1)), you move up (2) units (increase (y) by (2)), resulting in the point ((1, -5)). Connect these points with a straight line to graph the equation.

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