# How do you graph #49 - 7y = 0# by plotting points?

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To graph the equation 49 - 7y = 0 by plotting points, you can solve for y and then identify points on the graph.

First, solve for y: 49 - 7y = 0 7y = 49 y = 7

Now, plot points where y equals 7.

This results in a horizontal line at y = 7 on the graph.

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