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Okay so I have to plot points, which is rather easy to do...
So I go to mathway.com and put in
-2x-3y=-7 , right? Then I click the option to find three ordered pairs.
But then I got things like (0,7/3) , (1,5/3), and (2,1)
Well the last one was easy to plot. But the first two .... Errr.
I'm on a program doing a test and it'll only let me plot whole numbers like (2,1)
If someone could help me or help explain how to plot those, or something that'd be great !
xoxo

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- anonymous

Geogebra is better!

- phi

if you put the equation into y = mx + b form you get
\[ y= -\frac{2}{3} x + \frac{7}{3} \]
as you noticed (2,1) works:
y = -(2/3)*2 + 7/3 = -4/3 +7/3 = 3/3 = 1
next, notice the slope is -2/3
change in y is -2 , change in x is 3
that means if you add 3 to the x , the y goes down by 2 (i.e. add -2)

- phi

once you find a nice point such as (2,1)
you can add 3 to the x and -2 to the y to get another nice point

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Use Geogebra because it just worked for me and is easier.

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