Linear Equation
posted by Betty .
I posted a question below but forgot to put in the equation! So sorry. The problem states: Find 2 numbers that satisfy the equation then graph it.
The equation is 2y+2=0
I think one of the numbers is 1, but what could the other be or am I doing the problem incorrectly? Thanks so much for any help.

I don't believe there is another number.
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