# How do you graph #5/6x - 6y = 8# by plotting points?

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Only 2 points are needed to graph a line, but additional points can be used to check your answer.

To eliminate the need to deal with fractions, we can multiply all terms of the equation by 6:

Plot these points and connect with a straight line

graph{5/6x-6y=8 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}

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To graph the equation 5/6x - 6y = 8 by plotting points:

- Choose values for x and solve for y to find corresponding points.
- Plot these points on a coordinate plane.
- Draw a straight line through the plotted points.

Alternatively, you can rearrange the equation into slope-intercept form (y = mx + b) to find the y-intercept and slope, and then use this information to plot the line.

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