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How do I graph this equation. How would it look like on the graph? y=2x-2

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  1. yrelhan4 Group Title
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    you need to make a table.. take any 2-3 values of x, find the value of y for them, plot them on the cartesian plane, and join them.. you have your graph..

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    try doing it, and tell me if you get stuck. :)

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  3. ikoreanx3 Group Title
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    um.

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  4. ikoreanx3 Group Title
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    For the x I chose 1,2,3

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    right. any value of x would do.. what is the values of y for x=1, x=2, x=3 ?

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    and i just want to clear something here.. you could also chose any value of y and find the values of x for them..

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  7. ikoreanx3 Group Title
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    um. 0,2,4?

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  8. ikoreanx3 Group Title
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    for y values

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    thats right.. now plot on the cartesian plane..

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    i'll brb in 10 minutes.. but you need to plot them and join those points. thats it.

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  11. ikoreanx3 Group Title
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    oh okay I did that O.o its actually one of the questions on the quiz so I dont really know if its crrect until after I submit it.

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    hmm.. you are not allowed to ask quiz questions on OS.. but anyway.. it should be a straight line passing through (1,0) , (2,2) and (3,4) ..

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  13. ikoreanx3 Group Title
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    Does it really matter? Because, I do need help >_< and i have no one to ask.

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  14. ikoreanx3 Group Title
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    Yes, I got that.

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  15. yrelhan4 Group Title
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    It does matter actually. You need to follow the rules of the site. But i helped you anyway.. so i expect a medal. :/ @ikoreanx3

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  16. ikoreanx3 Group Title
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    Yeah, I was going to give you one. NO worries.

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    Cheers.

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