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y plus 3 1 2x plus 1 can be graphed by first finding the values of Y and X coordinates.

2x plus y = -3 (subtract 2x from both sides) y = -2x - 3 slope = -2 y-intercept = -3

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a straight line with a slope of -2 and a y-intercept of 3

-2x is the slope and 3 is the y-intercept so you start at (0, 3) and go down -2 and over 1.

2,4

y = 2x + 3 is LINEAR. It is a straight line graph with a steepness/gradient of '2' ( The 'x' coefficient). The line passes through the y-axis at '3'

A graph that has 1 parabolla that has a minimum and 1 positive line.

3

(0,3) (1,5) (2,7) y=2x+3 go up 3. plot a point. then up 2, over 1. then draw the line.

y=-10x-4

3

It is: y = 2x-3

Y = 2X + 3 The graph of this equation is a straight line, with a slope of 2, passing through the point Y=3 on the Y-axis.

i guess it is y-2x=2 u can use this equation for a graph

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The LCM is 2x + y

(3 - y + 2x)(3 + y - 2x)

There are no common points for the following two equations: y = 2x + 3 y = 2x - 1 If you graph the two lines, since they have the same slope, they are parallel - they will never cross.

The x-interceptin is where the graph crosses the y-axis, which is where y equals 0: 0 = 2x + 3 2x = -3 x = -3/2 So the x intercept is as x = -3/2 (and y = 0).

2x(y - 3) + 7(y - 3) = (2x + 7)(y - 3)

y=-2x+3 is an equation. It does not have an answer. If the question is "what if y=0?" then the answer is x=3/2.

It is 3.

(0, -3)

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