Posted by **Margie** on Saturday, October 14, 2006 at 12:02pm.

x = -3

y = 2

how about this?how do i graph it?

Is this a single point?

no it says that Graph numbers 4 and 5 on the same square of graph paper. Make sure you label each line.

x = -3

y = 2

** Others may be able to answer this better than I; however, x = -3 with no y value listed means, to me at least, that y can take on any value; therefore, a line could be drawn parallel to the y axis and going through x = -3. Same for y = 2. A line could be drawn parallel to the x axis going through y = 2. Let's wait a second opinion on this!
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