# algebra

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How would you graph y= -1
and x=3

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"X" always comes first (horizontal lineflat across)), then "Y" (vertical line(up/down))

find the zero spot(where x and y intersect)

go to the right 3 points along the x line

go down 1 spot along the y line

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