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Q: How do you graph -2x plus y equals -3?

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You can do the equation Y 2x plus 3 on a graph. On this graph the Y would equal 5 and X would equal to 0.

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).

if 2x+3=9 then 2x=6 so x=3

the converse of this conditional is true

2x+3 = 9x 3 = 9x-2x = 7x 7x = 3 x = 3/7

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You can do the equation Y 2x plus 3 on a graph. On this graph the Y would equal 5 and X would equal to 0.

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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).

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2x+3=9 2x=9-3 2x=6 2x/2=6/2 X=3

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