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Q: What does y equals -x look like on a graph?

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A U shaped parabola

It will look like a straight vertical line that cuts the x-axis at the point (100, 0).

The line 8x-8=0 is the same as x=1. The graph looks like a vertical line that intersects the x axis at x=1.

im not sure sure but i think it is squares on paper and a graph then put the information on to it durr.... ;]

It would look like a straight vertical line, i.e. parallel to the y-axis, passing through the point on the x-axis where x=3.

If you're asking for the graph, then the function y=x would look like a diagonal line going towards the upper-right hand corner of the coordinate plane.

Do you mean f(x) = x9 ? It would look something like this: ..........................|............. ..........................|............. .........................|.............. ................____/............... .............../........................ ..............|......................... .............|.......................... .............|..........................

You can obtain actual graphs of algebraic equations at the Wolfram Alpha website. wolframalpha.com

If x equals a constant number, the graph will be a vertical line. For example, the graph of x = 5 would be a vertical line that goes through the point (5,0). x equals 5 on every point along this lines.

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the x-axis... obviously! the x-axis... obviously!

y=x+1 there for answer is 2

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