Q: How Do you Graph The Following Equation -2x plus 3y equals 1?

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The slope of the line that represents the graph of that equation is 15.

Same way you graph y = -4x - 0.5

That is the standard equation to graph a line.

the graph is moved down 6 units

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The slope of the line that represents the graph of that equation is 15.

x=1 and x=-7 are.

y = -0.5x plus or minus any number

A linear equation ?

Same way you graph y = -4x - 0.5

That's not an equation, so there's nothing to graph. Simple way to tell: There's no "equals" sign in it.

y=6

answer is 1

That is the standard equation to graph a line.

Since no points were given, for any point (x,y), plug the x and y values of the point into the equation. If you get a contradiction, ie 5=3 or something similar, then the point does not lie on the graph.

the graph is moved down 6 units

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