#### Answer

A line may be graphed using its slope and y-intercept.
To do this, perform the following steps:
(1) Plot the line's y-intercept.
(2) From the y-intercept, plot another point by using the slope (rise over run).
(3) Connect the two points using a line.

#### Work Step by Step

A line may be graphed using its slope and y-intercept.
To do this, perform the following steps:
(1) Plot the line's y-intercept.
(2) From the y-intercept, plot another point by using the slope (rise over run).
(3) Connect the two points using a line.
To illustrate the two stops above, consider the equation $y=4x - 2$.
This line has a slope of $4$ or $\frac{4}{1}$ and a y-intercept of $-2$.
(1) Plot the y-intercept point $(0, -2)$.
(2) The slope is $4= \frac{4}{1}$, so the rise is 4 and the run is 1. From the y-intercept $(0, -2)$, move up 4 units (the rise) and 1 unit to the right (the run).
These movements lead to the point $(1, 2)$.
(3) Connect the points using a line to complete the graph.