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Could someone tell me how I would graph this problem please?! 2x-y=2

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put it into y=mx+b form
so do y=2x(x-2)?
no ill draw it

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can u graph that?
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like that hope you say i got the best answer :)
I have a graph that is similar but my line isnt as slanted as the one you have, ill draw mine
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this is what mine looks like..?
thats right
yea sorry about that
its fine lol you still helped alot:) thanks!
aww no prob :)
that's a strait line graph make y a subject of the formula
all you have to do is make sure y is on one side and x is on the other
so is this wrong? I mean I cant draw good on this thing so its not perfect..

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