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Q: How would you graph the equation 2x plus y equals -3?

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Move 3 over the right side of the equation so the equation would be x = -3. The graph of this would be a verticle line at x= -3

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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.

There is no equation on the list you're showing that has the same graph as [ 4x + 8y = 12 ].

That is the standard equation to graph a line.

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y=6

Rearrange the equation to read : y = 6 - 3x and graph normally.

The equation you have given, y + 2 = 7, does not describe a line, it describes the number 5. You would not graph a single number, there is nothing to graph.

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