Use steps similar to what you've used for other graphs; namely, pick some x-values, plug them into the equation, solve for the corresponding y-values, and draw the dots. Continue until you have a good idea of what the graph should look like. Then draw in the line(s).I am struggling on how to graph the following equations, and i don't know what steps to take to begin.
It might be simplest to solve this, once and for all, for "y=". Then plug x-values in, etc, just as you always have for graphing linear equations.[(x-2)/3] - [(5)/(2y-4)] = 0
A potentially-useful extra step here might be to take the common factor out front and then factor the remaining quadratic. From this, you can find the x-intercepts easily. Then proceed (with plotting points, etc) as usual.y= x^3 + 3x^2 - 6x