aminat75u

2023-03-12

How to graph the line $5x-2y=6$?

Edward Hunter

Beginner2023-03-13Added 5 answers

$5x-2y=6$

First simplify it so you have the $y$ on one side and the rest on the other

$5x-6=2y$

$y=\frac{5x-6}{2}$

So you substitute any two reasonable-sized numbers for x.

and you've got two dots on the plane with the coordinates $A(x,y)$ and $B(x1,y1)$

The $x$ in the $A$ dot is the first $x$ you choose and the $y$ is the $y$ you get once you enter the $x$ and solve it, same goes for $B({x}_{1},{y}_{1})$ but obviously the coordinates should be different

graph{5x-2y=6 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}

First simplify it so you have the $y$ on one side and the rest on the other

$5x-6=2y$

$y=\frac{5x-6}{2}$

So you substitute any two reasonable-sized numbers for x.

and you've got two dots on the plane with the coordinates $A(x,y)$ and $B(x1,y1)$

The $x$ in the $A$ dot is the first $x$ you choose and the $y$ is the $y$ you get once you enter the $x$ and solve it, same goes for $B({x}_{1},{y}_{1})$ but obviously the coordinates should be different

graph{5x-2y=6 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}