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solve for y
y = (6-2x)/3

plug into graphing calc

thanks but i dont have one

try this: http://www.wolframalpha.com/

plug the equation i gave u in there and then just copy it down

Or you could just... you know... plug in two points and use a ruler?!?

Ok, well pick an x that's nice (say 0). Then plug it in and find out what y is.

what do you get for y?

I did not know should I replace x with a 0?

y = 3

y= 0,3

(x,y) = (0,3). Then do the same thing for y (plug in a 0) and find a second point

for (x,y) = (?,0)

Kool thank you so my answer is x=0,3 and y= 3,0?

no

Which gives you
\[x=3\] sorry, missread it. Ok, so now you have a second point (x,y) = (3,0)

You are so smart, that actually makes sense but what about y=5x-1 do i still use 0?

would I go up 5 and down 1??