Posted by **Jasmine20** on Thursday, January 25, 2007 at 3:47pm.

the equation is and directions are:

graph x-y=-2

so then the equation would really be:

y=-x+2

and from here i would do the table to plot the points.

Close. y=x+2, not -x+2. Then, yes, plot the points.

so your saying that the equation that i have to graph would be:

y= x+2

not y=-x+2

because it is coming out of the equation: x+y=-2

so then it would be:

x+y=-2

-x -x

y=-x-2

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1 1

y = -x -2

from here i should do a table

so for instance

for x (-3)

then. y= -(-3)-2

y= 1

so my first point would be (-3,1)

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