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**dlmagers** Hello everyone. I am having trouble understanding something and was wondering if someone could help me.

We are doing Graphs of Linear Equations and I am in the world of hurt. I am taking this class on line and I don't think I know what I am doing.

Problem

y = x - 6

I need to find some ordered pairs that are solutions so I can graph it on the graph.

My problem is not understanding this is how do you know what will work to be the right answer. I mean you clearly have to substitute a number for x then work it in the problem.

But like I said I am having trouble finding the right substitution to replace x in the problem.

I NEED HELP, PLEASE SOMEONE?