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Given the linear equation y=-3/2x+1, find the y-coordinates of the points
(-4), (-2), and (6). Please show all of your work. Plot those points and graph the linear equation.

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    Points are written in the form (x,y), that is , they must have two values.
    (-4) is not a point.

    Do you mean, find the y value given that x = -4 ?

    in that case,
    y = (-3/2)(-4) + 1
    = 6 + 1
    = 7

    so the first point is (-4,7)


    do the others in the same way.

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    Thank you.

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