How do you graph the linear equation x-y=3?

1 Answer
Jan 9, 2017

Answer:

Refer Explanation

Explanation:

Given -

#x-y=3#

It can be graphed by finding x and y intercepts.

x intercept

At #y=0#

#x-0=3#
#x=3#

#(3, 0)# is a point along the x-axis.

y intercept

At #x=0#

#0-y=3#
#y=-3#
#0, -3# is a point along the y-axis

Plot these two points. Join them with a straight line.
You have graphed.

graph{x-y=3 [-10, 10, -5, 5]}