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 y=2x+1 and y=2x-1 2009-08-28 From MARICELA:Need help of how to work this problems y=2x+1 and y=2x-1 First of all what is the difference? Second I think is easy just to work with the X y with the line in the middle but how do you get the numbers for each side.Answered by Penny Nom. The graph of y = 2x + 1 2006-02-23 From Geneva:I'm having trouble with graphing equations like y=2x+1 which is my homework I'm not sure how to graph it. I'm in the 8th grade taking a 9th grade course algebra I.Answered by Penny Nom. Intercepts 2003-11-04 From A student:I am totally confused on how to determine intercepts of an equation and then to graph the line. For example, how to determine the intercepts of 2x-3y-12=0.Answered by Penny Nom. f(x), f(x) + 2, f(x +2) 2001-04-04 From Monica:Could you explain to me how one should go about graphing functions such as f(x), f(x+2), and so on. Also, how should you explain things such as constants and relationships among functions?Answered by Penny Nom. Graphing a linear function 2000-05-17 From Chelsea:I need help with grahing linear functions.If you could e-mail me back the basics and how tos I would be much appriciative.Answered by Penny Nom. Graphing cube roots 2000-04-27 From Heather Jones:What do the graphs of cube roots look like?Answered by Walter Whiteley. How do you graph these inequalities? 1996-05-17 From Robert:How do you graph the inequalities 5+gg, and g+h>6 on one coordinate plane?Answered by Harley Weston and Maxine Stinka.

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