In this video, we learn how to graph an equation. First, pick a point out of the equation and see if it's a solution to the equation. This equation shows where two lines cross in the math problem. See if the two coordinates are part of the line that is on the equation. The two numbers are going to be the 'x' and 'y' that you plug into the equation. Once you have these written out, you will be able to graph them using the coordinates on the graph. Once finished, you will have graphed the equation and have the correct answer!
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