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Tutorial: Creating a table of values. It's been a long time since I created one, and my teacher was shady on the details, even after asking for aid. Internet, can you do what she cannot? Please use the equation: 2x-3y=9.

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  1. anonymous
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    A table of values will have 2 columns, x and y. You can select multiple x's and then calculate for y to complete the table

  2. anonymous
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  3. anonymous
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    Sorry, that's the best I can do with the draw function X(

  4. anonymous
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    Could you explain it some? I don't quite understand how it works. Do you go until you get equal Ys?

  5. anonymous
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    nono, just assign integer values to the x and write the resulting y

  6. anonymous
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    No, y ou just select some arbitrary x and find the y for it

  7. anonymous
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    usually the values for x will be going from around -4 up to about 9 or 10, depeding on you data

  8. precal
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    Sub any x values (keep it simple do x=0, x=1, x=2, etc) plug those values into the equation example x=0 2x-3y=9 2(0)-3y=9 -3y=9 y=-3 so x=0 and y=-3 keep doing that for a couple of more points. We can create as many x and y values as we would like. We tend to use them to help us graph the lines (sometimes)

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