How do you graph #x+3=6y# by plotting points?
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To graph the equation (x + 3 = 6y) by plotting points, we can rearrange the equation to solve for (y) in terms of (x):
[y = \frac{x + 3}{6}]
Then, we can choose values for (x), plug them into the equation, and solve for (y) to find corresponding points. For example, let's choose three values for (x):

When (x = 0): [y = \frac{0 + 3}{6} = \frac{3}{6} = \frac{1}{2}] So, the point (0, 1/2) is on the graph.

When (x = 3): [y = \frac{3 + 3}{6} = \frac{6}{6} = 1] So, the point (3, 1) is on the graph.

When (x = 3): [y = \frac{3 + 3}{6} = \frac{0}{6} = 0] So, the point (3, 0) is on the graph.
Plotting these points on the coordinate plane and connecting them will give us the graph of the equation (x + 3 = 6y).
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