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My first step would be:
-4(-3) + 3
12+3
Right?

Yes!

Then...
-4(-1) + 3
4+3
7
Right?

Looks good! I'm sure you're going to complete rest of the table just fine

-4(0) + 3
0+3
3
-4(4) + 3
-16+3
-13

Hopefully, ganeshie! I hope it's correct lol.

All correct. good job !

As you can see we just need to follow the simple rules

Yes scratch everything and start over

\[y-4x~=~3\]
is same as
\[y~=~4x+3\]

How?

The 4x is negative... How would it be positive?

add \(4x\) both sides :
\[y-4x\color{red}{+4x}~=~3\color{red}{+4x}\]

Ohhhh, ok! I see! So like even if I had an equation of lets say:
y-8x +5
I would get:
y= 8x+5
Right?

thats right!

Ahh, ok! What about like if I had lets say umm... y+10x - 5 I'd get:
y = -10x - 5
Right?

Is it
\(y+10x-5\)
or
\(y+10x=5\)
?

y+10x= -5
My bad for the confusion.

It'd be y = -10x - 5. Is that correct?

Correct!
Notice that you're simply subtracting \(10x\) both sides to get that

y+10x= -5
subtract 10x both sides
y+10x-10x = -5-10x
y = -5-10x

takes time, follow the rules and you will be fine :)

np :)

Yes, definitely!

Well, guess who I'll be coming to next time I need help;) You know it;)

sure... any time !

LOL, haha! I'm so going to save that haha! Thanks for that example;)