Question

Given the linear equation `y=-3/2x+1`.

Find the y-coordinates of the points (-4, ), (-2, ) and (6, ).

Answer

To find the y-coordinate, just plug x-coordinate into equation.

(-4,): `y=-3/2*(-4)+1=12/2+1=6+1=7`.

(-2,): `y=-3/2*(-2)+1=6/2+1=3+1=4`.

(6,): `y=-3/2*6+1=-18/2+1=-9+1=-8`.

Answer: `(-4,7)`; `(-2,4)`; `(6,-8)`.