Sarah a homeschooler from Florida had a question on graphing a line that is in slope-intercept form. Most students know slope-intercept form as y=mx + b. As you will see in the video, graphing lines in this form is quite easy. However, many students tend to confuse using the slope information in the linear equation to plot the second point on the graph. I will demonstrate this in my video – also you can find more help on these topics by going to the chapter on graphing linear equations.