Question

# Which of the following is the graph of the equation in the x y -plane?

Hint:

**Hint:**

- The graph of any equation is the locus of all points satisfying the given equation.
- We have given a linear equation .
- We have to draw the graph of the given equation.

## The correct answer is:

### Step 1 of 2:

We have given a linear equation .

We know that the graph of a linear equation is always a straight line.

Now we will put some random values and find some ordered pairs.

Using those ordered pairs, we will draw the graph.

Put,

Now, put

So, The ordered pairs are

Step 2 of 2:

So, The graph will be,

Final answer:

Hence, The graph of the equation

So, Option D is correct.

**Note:**

We can also use slope-intercept method to draw the graph if the given equation. Where we will first compare the given equation with standard equation . When we get the intercepts and slope, we can easily draw the graph.

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