Posted by **Margie** on Saturday, October 14, 2006 at 12:00pm.

x + 2y = -4

How do I graph this?can you please help?

Assign values to x and solve for y or assign values to y and solve for x. Makre a table.

X........Y

0........-2

2........-3

etc. I almost always assign a value of zero to Y, too, and calculate X.

Y = 0; X = -4

i don't get it!!!help!!

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