Can someone give me an example in graphing linear equations so i can try?

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Can someone give me an example in graphing linear equations so i can try?

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Just a question? Like please graph y = 3x + 1
So i can graph it, can you give me a few examples of what x can be
Take x from -10 to 10 in increments of 1.

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Graph of y = 3x + 1 same as y = (3/1)x + 1 Start at 1 and place a dot then go up 3 and right 1 and place the second dot |dw:1325697610281:dw|
I think i get it, can you give me another example so i can try?
y = (2/3)x - 3
Start at?
-3?
Yes and from there go?
Up to the left?
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they are both postive, so go up 2 and right 3 If you wanted to go left, then the equation would be y = (2/-3)x - 3
And upon his future death, meverett04 shall be canonized for his patience.
Oh, wait, ill try!
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Beautiful!
Fewscrewsmissing, im sorry, im trying!
Yay :D
Oh I didn't mean anything against you Inopeki, you're doing great. I just meant meverett04 is evidentally very patient to go through such steps one at a time =)
Oh :) Both meverett and TT are awesome teachers!
They certainly are!
Hey Luffy, how's studying going with you?
Well, im going through khanacademys library of algebra videos. I guess its going pretty good for me, how about you, Vendetta guy?
I'm good. I have few things that I need to study, but I've been ignoring them. Hopefully, I won't be ignoring them for too long.
Ah, so you lack self discipline? I have no self discipline at all, its a wonder that ive come this far!

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