Posted by **Christian** on Tuesday, September 18, 2007 at 9:41am.

1. Give 3 points that lie on the line 4x-y=6.

2. Give 3 points that lie on the line 3x+2y=6.

3. Give 3 points that lie on the line y= -4.

Can someone please help because I have no clue how to do these problems

- Algebra 2 -
**drwls**, Tuesday, September 18, 2007 at 9:56am
In problem #3, pick any three value of x. y will always be -4. It is a horizontal line.

For problems 1 and 2, pick any three values of x and compute the corresponding value of y using the formula provided.

For example, if x = 0, use the 4x -y = 6 formula to determine that y = -6. Therefore

x = 0, y = -6 is one point on the line whose formula is 4x -y = 6

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