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Finding the point that lies on the line described by the equation y - 8 - 3x - 6 can be easily found. Plug in the appropriate (x,y) values, one at a time, and you will find the value for the variable you did not plug in/

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Q: Find the point that lies on the line described by the equation below. Y - 8 -3x - 6?
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