### 7.3 Linear Equations on Graphs

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1.

Plot the line by finding the 'x' and 'y' intercept.

\begin{equation}y=(-4)x-10\end{equation}

2.

Plot the line by finding the 'x' and 'y' intercept.

\begin{equation}y=\frac{8}{4} \times x+3\end{equation}

3.

Plot by finding 'x' and 'y' intercept.

\begin{equation}y=0.6x-2\end{equation}

4.

Plot by finding the 'x' and 'y' intercept.

\begin{equation}6x-6y=24\end{equation}

5.

Plot by finding the 'x' and 'y' intercept.

\begin{equation}6x+2y=-8\end{equation}

6.

Plot by finding the 'x' and 'y' intercept.

\begin{equation}x-10y=11\end{equation}

7.

At a fair, hamburgers sell for $\$2.6$each and hot dogs sell for$\$1.5$ each. The equation $2.6x + 1.5y = 7$ describes the number of hamburgers and hot dogs a family can buy with $\$7\$. Graph the equation by finding the 'x' and 'y' intercepts.

\begin{equation}2.6x+1.5y=7\end{equation}

8.

Plot the line on the graph.

\begin{equation}y=6\end{equation}

9.

Plot the line on the graph.

\begin{equation}y=-6\end{equation}

10.

Plot the line on the graph.

\begin{equation}4y=0\end{equation}

11.

Plot the line on the graph.

\begin{equation}x=10\end{equation}

12.

Plot the line on the graph.

\begin{equation}x=-4\end{equation}

13.

Plot the line on the graph.

\begin{equation}4x=0\end{equation}