The answer depends on the variables plotted in the graph.
You plot the equation as a graph. Every one of the infinitely many points on the graph is a solution.
There are many different ordered pairs for this. To figure it out, make up a value for x. Then plug it into the equation and solve to find y. You can use any number. For example, if x=2, then your equation would be 3(2)+1. Solve that and you get 7 for the answer (y). if x=2, then y=7 so one of the ordered pairs would be (2,7).
i guess it is y-2x=2 u can use this equation for a graph
Any ordered pair that satisfies y = 22 - X is a solution.
solve for y so if x + y = 0 then y = -x
The shaded area of the graph of an inequality show the solution to the inequality. For example, if the area below y = x is shaded it is showing those ordered pairs which solve y < x.
One can solve equations of motion by graph by taking readings of the point of interception.