# How do you graph #y=4x#?

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The value of

Consider point 1

Find on the x-axis the value of +2. Draw a very light line vertically.

Look along the y-axis until you find the point +8. Draw a very light line horizontally. Where the two lines meet is the point.

Repeat this process for one other value. Draw a line through the two points and that is your graph.

Important: Label your axis and put a title on your graph. You could right 'The graph of y=4x' This action will get you extra marks.

Your graph should look something like this

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To graph the equation ( y = 4x ), you plot points that satisfy the equation. You can start by choosing values for ( x ) and finding the corresponding ( y ) values. For example, when ( x = 0 ), ( y = 0 ), and when ( x = 1 ), ( y = 4 ). Plot these points on a coordinate plane and draw a line passing through them. This line represents the graph of ( y = 4x ).

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