How do you graph y equals -x-4?

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Take a few (minimum of two, take 2 only after prior practice) values of x as desired and substitute in the equation to get the y values. Now take a graph and have a scale (usually 1m = 1 unit) and point the x and y values on the graph. Join these points to form a line. This is the required graph

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