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I substituted $x = 0$ into $y = 2x + 4$ and got $y = 4.$ Complete the table for a few more row. Next plot the points in the plane, $(0, 4), (1, 6), (1, 2)$ and so on. If you have drawn an accurate diagram you can use a straight edge to see that they all lie on a line. This line is the graph. Penny  


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