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# C1 June 2013 Mei watch

1. Can anyone help me with how to do this question? I've attached a photo, but its question 12i) on june 2013 mei c1 paper.

I don't know how to draw the graph. Normally it says something like draw the graph of....for -1 < X < 5
In which case I would draw a table and sub values from the equation into the table, and then plot my results..but with this question i dont know where to begin.

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2. y=2x+3 is a straight line
You need to know two points on the line to be able to plot it.
When y=0 what is x?
When x=0 what is y?
Put these two points on the graph and draw a straight line to connect them.
Can anyone help me with how to do this question? I've attached a photo, but its question 12i) on june 2013 mei c1 paper.

I don't know how to draw the graph. Normally it says something like draw the graph of....for -1 < X < 5
In which case I would draw a table and sub values from the equation into the table, and then plot my results..but with this question i dont know where to begin.

You should be able to tell me what shape is without plotting any points. What geometrical shape is it, as specifically as you can?
4. (Original post by rayquaza17)
y=2x+3 is a straight line
You need to know two points on the line to be able to plot it.
When y=0 what is x?
When x=0 what is y?
Put these two points on the graph and draw a straight line to connect them.
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