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Given the linear equation y=-3/5x-4, find the y-coordinates of the points (-5, ), (0, ), and (5, ). Please show all of your work. Plot those points and graph the linear equation.

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    We don't provide graphs.
    To get the missing "y" value for each point, use the corresponding x value (which is provided) and plug it into the equation y = (-3/5)x - 4

    For example, when x = -5,
    y = (-3/5)*(-5) -4 = 3 -4 = -1
    so the first point is (-5,-1)

    Now, you do the other two points and plot the graph. The slope of the line should be -3/5.

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