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Find a pattern where all the y's are 2.
I have to make an x-y table. And then find the pattern. I'm starting my x's at -2 and going to +2. I cant figure out what the rule would be.

  • Algebra -

    mmmh, let's see now...

    how about y = 0x + 2

  • Algebra -

    y=0x+2

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