What are you trying to solve for?
Sorry, I took a break and did another section of math which I've completed for the most part.
Okay, I am still stuck on this question.
Let's plug in "2" for C...how would I proceed in solving it? I cannot add 2x + 2 together...I'm really trying to remember how to do this...
and how would I plot it?
Thanks in advance.
I guess so?
If C is an arbitrary real constant, an equation such as 2x - 3y = C is said to define a family of lines. Choose four different values of C and plot the corresponding lines on the same coordinate axes. What is true about hte lines that are members of this family?
Do you need the intercepts to plot those lines? If you do I am not sure how to solve them. Thanks again.