# How do you graph the equation by plotting points #-x + 3y = -9#?

Refer the explanation section

Given -

#-x+3y=-9#

It is in the form >

Then -

Y- intercept is

One of the points is

X-Intercept is

Another point is

Plot these two points and join them with the help of a straight line.

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To graph the equation -x + 3y = -9, you can plot points by choosing values for x or y, then solving for the other variable. Once you have a few points, plot them on a coordinate plane and connect them with a straight line.

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