one easy way is to make the equation equal to one of the other terms like x=6+y x-6y=6add 6y to both sidesx=6y+6 or x=6(y+1)then you can plug in y values and get x values exg(x,y)(0,-1)(6,0)(12,1)etc.
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- On your first day of work at the Vanity Fur Grooming Shop, you groomed 3 dogs between 7:45 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., taking breaks that totaled 45 minutes. Your supervisor advises that you will be scheduling your own appointments when customers call to have their pets groomed. If you continue to work at the same rate, how much time should you allow for each grooming appointment?