How do you graph #y=2x+10#?
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To graph the equation ( y = 2x + 10 ), you can plot points on a Cartesian coordinate system. Start by choosing values for ( x ), such as ( x = 0 ), ( x = 1 ), and ( x = 1 ), and then calculate the corresponding values of ( y ) using the equation. Plot these points on the graph and draw a straight line through them. This line represents the graph of the equation ( y = 2x + 10 ).
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To graph the equation (y = 2x + 10), you can follow these steps:

Choose a few values for (x) to create a table of values. For example, you could choose (x = 0, 1, 2, 3).

Substitute each value of (x) into the equation to find the corresponding value of (y). For (x = 0), (y = 2(0) + 10 = 10). For (x = 1), (y = 2(1) + 10 = 8). For (x = 2), (y = 2(2) + 10 = 6). For (x = 3), (y = 2(3) + 10 = 4).

Plot these points on a coordinate plane. The points are (0, 10), (1, 8), (2, 6), and (3, 4).

Draw a straight line through these points. This line represents the graph of (y = 2x + 10).
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