# How do you graph y-3x=0?

Jul 27, 2017

FInd $\left(x , y\right)$ points and plot them.

#### Explanation:

The standard approach is to calculate ordered pairs of $x$- and $y$-values and then plot the points.

$y - 3 x = 0 \text{ } \rightarrow y = 3 x$

Choose an $x$ value and multiply by $3$ to get $y$

Points could be $\left(- 2 , - 6\right) , \left(- 1 , - 3\right) , \left(0 , 3\right) , \left(2 , 6\right) , \left(3 , 9\right)$

Plot these on a grid and join them with a straight line. graph{y=3x [-11.08, 8.92, -4.48, 5.52]}