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Algebra 2

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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 -

    points are coordinates, so any set of numbers (x,y) that fall on the line in each question.

    for questions 1&2, pick a number for x (try 1,2,3) and then solve for y. for the first question that would be:

    x=1:
    4*(1)-y=6
    4-y=6
    y=2
    one possible answer: (1,2)

    keep going, and see if you can get 3 by yourself

  • Algebra 2 -

    oops, lost that negative sign:

    4-y=6
    y=-2
    one possible answer: (1,-2)

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