Graph of y + 1 = 1/3 (x –6)?

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Graph of y + 1 = 1/3 (x –6)?

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Can you solve for y?
like 1/3x + 2 y=1/3+3 I don't know

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That is a good try, but when we distribute the 1/3, I get 1/3x-2 instead. Does that make sense?
yes, because of -6
Right, good, so that gives us y+1=1/3x-2 so far
Then to move the +1 over to the other side we need to subtract 1 on both sides:|dw:1440783242057:dw|
Does that step make sense?
definitely, I get it
Awesome, so any ideas on how to graph from here?
well, 0,3 for y, and do up 1 and right 3
Very close. The y intercept is 0, -3
So just move right 3 times
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Up one and right three like you mentioned before.
thanks so much
You're welcome :-)
-3,3
I'm not sure what you mean.
-3, 3 to the new point
Ok, which one do you think it is based on what we have done so far?
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Good :-)
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