# Graphing linear functions using a single point and slope

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##### Examples
###### Lessons
1. Graph the following line that passes through the given point and the slope
1. $(-3, 2) ;$m =${2 \over 3}$
2. $(4, -2);$m = -${3 \over 5}$
3. $(1, 2);$m = undefined
4. $(2, 5);$m = 0
5. x int = 2; m = -1
6. y int = -3; m = ${3 \over 2}$
2. Find the slope, x and y intercepts of each line.

###### Topic Notes
If we are given a single point and the slope of a straight line, we will be able to graph it. By the same token, we can determine the slope and intercepts if we are given from its graph.