Q: What do the numbers 0 and 6 in this graph represent?

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It's hard to say, since we're having such a difficult time seeing the graph.

If you mean y = -2x-6 then y intersect the graph at (0, -6)

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{0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 6} is one possible set.

This is one way to do it 1) Find the x and y -intercepts y = -3x + 6 Plug in 0 for "x" and solve for "y" y = -3(0) + 6 y = 6 That means that when x = 0, y = 6 So plot the first point (0, 6) onto the graph <-- this is your x-intercept by the way Next do the opposite by plugging in 0 for "y" and solve for "x" y = -3x + 6 0 = -3x + 6 3x = 6 x = 2 That means that when y = 0, x = 2 Plot the point (0,2) on the graph. This is your y-intercept. Now, you can just connect the two points and you will get your line.

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It's hard to say, since we're having such a difficult time seeing the graph.

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If you mean y = -2x-6 then y intersect the graph at (0, -6)

A long string on numbers (integers).A long string on numbers (integers).A long string on numbers (integers).A long string on numbers (integers).

0,-1,-2,-3,-4,-5,-6,-7,-8,-9,-10,ect.

Draw the x and y axises. Draw 6 tic marks to represent "6." Draw a horizontal line right through with arrows (< and >) at the end to represent that it is constant.

Points: (0, -2) and (6, 0) Slope: 1/3 Equation of line: 3y = x-6

{0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 6} is one possible set.

Plug in numbers. If you don't know which numbers to plug in, solve the equation for y to give you a better idea. It ends up being y=(-x/3) - 2

A gain of 6 kg in weight

This is one way to do it 1) Find the x and y -intercepts y = -3x + 6 Plug in 0 for "x" and solve for "y" y = -3(0) + 6 y = 6 That means that when x = 0, y = 6 So plot the first point (0, 6) onto the graph <-- this is your x-intercept by the way Next do the opposite by plugging in 0 for "y" and solve for "x" y = -3x + 6 0 = -3x + 6 3x = 6 x = 2 That means that when y = 0, x = 2 Plot the point (0,2) on the graph. This is your y-intercept. Now, you can just connect the two points and you will get your line.

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