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not sure how to put a table in here. complete the tale of values for the equation 7x+6y=42. table has two columns. 1st column is x and 2nd is y. next row has 0 ___. 3rd row has ___ 0. 4th row has 12 ___.

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    The table gives you a value for x or y. Take those values and plug them into the equation. Then solve for the other variable. For instance, when the table gives you 0 for x, you would get this equation: \[7 (0) + 6y = 42\]. Then solve for y. Good luck!

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