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I am trying to figure how to solve this but I am totally confused? Can someone help explain this to me?

y + x = -6
I know the formula to use is y=mx+b but just not to sure how to work the problem out so I can graph this? Have any suggestions for me? Would love to here them.

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    First, solve the y=x=-6 formula into the slope intercept formula: y = -x-6. Now, the point on the graph will be (0,-6) and the slope will be -1.

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    **First, solve the y + x= -6 (my typing mistake)

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