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i think all you need to do is pick 7 numbers for x and plug them in
for example if you pick \(x=0\) then you get \(y=0+2=2\) and if you pick \(x=1\) you get \(y=5\times 1+2=7\) and so on
the truth is of course that \(y\) can be any number, so it is not really clear what it means "find 7 values of y"
what @misty1212 said y can be anything is that the exact way the question is written or are you supposed to write maybe 7 ordered pairs like \[(0,2),(1,7),(2,12)...\]
i think seven ordered pairs
because it wants me to put it in a table then on a graph
ok then do what misty said
did you get the \((0,2)\) part?
the equation is \[y=5x+2\] right?
ok so if \(x\) is \(0\) we get \[y=5\times 0+2=2\] right?q
that means the ordered pair is \((0,2)\)
now lets let \(x=1\) we get \(y=5\times 1+2=7\)
so another ordered pair would be \((1,7)\) ok so far?
how about if \(x=2\) what is \(y\) then ?
ok good now we have 3 ordered pairs \[(0,2),(1,7),(2,12)\] all you need is four more ....
oh okay i get it wow im slow haha sorry but thank you alot
lol it is not like you are born knowing it, but you are right, it is not that hard \[\huge \color\magenta\heartsuit\]