Posted by **Sissy** on Friday, May 4, 2007 at 6:40pm.

I'm having problems solving for an equation with a single variant. example: 3x + y + 3

Please show work so I can fully understand

Thanks

I don't understand your question, you don't have an equation.

I have to graph 3x + y = 3, so I was trying to solve it to graph it

subtract 3x from both sides to get

y = -3x + 3

to get a point, pick any value for x and evaluate the y for that.

Get any two points, plot them and join with a line.

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