# Given 2x+y = 6, what is (2,____) (0,____) (1,____) ?

Jul 9, 2018

The missing values are $2$, $6$, and $4$.

#### Explanation:

You are given an equation and the $x$ values of $3$ coordinates. To find the missing $y$ values, plug in each $x$ value into the equation:

First, let's find the $y$ value when $x = 2$:
$2 \left(2\right) + y = 6$

$4 + y = 6$

$y = 2$

Now find $y$ when $x = 0$:
$2 \left(0\right) + y = 6$

$y = 6$

Finally find $y$ when $x = 1$:
$2 \left(1\right) + y = 6$

$2 + y = 6$

$y = 4$

Therefore, the missing values are $2$, $6$, and $4$ .

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