Rearrange the equation to read : y = 6 - 3x and graph normally.
If a graph is a function, it will always have y=... or x=... (or anoher letter equals an equation) for example y= 3x-12 is a function
The lines are parallel.
I don't understand your question but y=3x is the function of a graph, to graph the function you would plug points into the function such as x=0, x=1, x=-1 and you would find the y values at each point so that you can graph it. In this case the graph is a parabola which has a u shape.
If you mean: y = 15+3x then it is the function of a straight line equation.
They are the same equation just written differently so they are both easy to graph.
The starting point on the y-axis changes from -2 to 6.
3x + y = c where c is any constant number of your choice.
3x plus 9 equals what?
(a) y = -3x + 1
3x + 2 = 3x + 6 This is not possible.
3x + y = -1 y = -3x - 1 The graph is a straight line, with a slope of -3, passing through the point Y = -1 on the y-axis.
Their graphs are.
B- It is a many-to-one function
what is a slope
The graph of [ y = -3x ] is a straight line, through the origin, with slope of -3 .
2x+3x = 5x