Q: Draw graph x plus y equals 0?

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0 5 /--------------/-----•------/

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Its kind of hard to draw a graph in pure text... Try plugging your equation into www.wolframalpha.com/ ;)

It's essantially y = x+7. So just graph that. (y = mx+b format) , or draw a diagnol line that crosses through 7 on the y axis.

Graph any two numbers that add together and get -3. Like, (5,-8) (0,-3) and then draw a line through them.

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You draw a straight line through (0,b) which has a slope of m.

0 5 /--------------/-----•------/

there is no right answer

Its kind of hard to draw a graph in pure text... Try plugging your equation into www.wolframalpha.com/ ;)

It's essantially y = x+7. So just graph that. (y = mx+b format) , or draw a diagnol line that crosses through 7 on the y axis.

Graph any two numbers that add together and get -3. Like, (5,-8) (0,-3) and then draw a line through them.

y=2x+1/2 when x=0, y=1/2 so one point is (0, 1/2) when y=0, x=-1/4 so another point is (-1/4, 0) then you plot both points on the graph and draw a line.

-1.83 . . . . . and . . . . . -1.82

(0,4) and (-2, 0)

A straight line through the points (0, 1) and (-0.4, 0).

It is: y = -7 which is a straight line parallel to the x axis

First convert it to Y= y-x+4=0 y=x-4 The graph has a slope of 1 and the y-intercept is (0,-4)