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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

It says to graph each linear equation how would i do this: x-2y=6

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  1. anonymous
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    write it in the form y = mx + b first 2y = x - 6 y = x/(2) - 3

  2. anonymous
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    the y-intercept is -3, so the point (0, -3) is on the graph. Plot that point, then find one other point on the graph and plot it

  3. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    for example, when x = 2, y = -2, so (2, -2) is another point on the line.

  4. anonymous
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    one you've plotted two points, draw a line through them and you're done

  5. anonymous
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    Wait it says you got it wrong

  6. anonymous
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    in the back of my book its plotted as 3-1/2

  7. anonymous
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    err, what does the back say?

  8. anonymous
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    because there are other methods, but this one wasn't wrong.

  9. anonymous
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    Ya, you got it rite, Thank you for all the help man, I really needed it.. Thanks again!

  10. anonymous
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    But how would i solve for this 6x+3=y

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