# Explain how to graph the line x-y=2

Explain how to graph the line $x-y=2$
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twineg4
We have $x-y=2$
$x-y+y=2+y$
$x+0=2+y$
$x-2=2-2+y$
$x-2=0+y$
$y=x-2$
Now, select values for x at random to build the graph
Let $x=-1$, then $y=-1-2=-3$
Let $x=0$, then $y=0-2=-2$
Let $x=2$, then $y=2-2=0$
So, we have the points: (-1,-3), (0,-2), (2,0)
Now mark these point on the graph and draw a line through them. Here you are.

censoratojk
We have $x-y=2$. Rearrange it into standart form
$y=x-2$
Select random values for x to make the data for your future graph
If $x=-2$, then $y=-2-2=-4$
If $x=0$, then $y=0-2=-2$
If $x=3$, then $y=3-2=1$
The points are: $\left(-2,-4\right)$, $\left(0,-2\right)$, $\left(3,1\right)$. Make a graph using these points.