# How to graph y=x+6 in linear equation

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by lhito

2014-11-19T20:10:34+08:00

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I can't attach the graph but I can explain.

To graph y=x+6, you need to set up a table of values. The values is your choice.
y=x+6

lets say:
x=-2,-1,0,1,2

If we substitute the values, that will be the value of y
y=-2+6
y=4

y=-1+6
y=5

y=0+6
y=6

y=1+6
y=7

y=2+6
y=8

Therefore if you form coordinates with the x, its:
(-2,4),(-1,5),(0,6),(1,7),(1,8).

After setting up some coordinates, plot the points on the graph, and then connect them. Remember: Linear Equations form a straight line

Hope this helps =)

2014-11-19T20:16:00+08:00

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Just use intercept method.

y intercept, change x to 0

y=x+6
y=0+6
y=6
(0,6)

x intercept, change y to 0

y=x+6
0=x+6
-6=x
(-6,0)

connect the two points together and put an arrow head in each end