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Sketch a graph showing the line for the equation Y = −2X + 4. On the same graph, show the line for Y = X−4.

To determine

To construct: The graph for the equations Y=2X+4 and Y=X4.

Explanation

Given info:

The line graph has to be drawn for the two equations Y=2X+4 and Y=X4.

Calculation:

Consider various values for X and obtain the corresponding Y values.

X 0 1 2 4
Y=2X+4 4 2 0 –4

Plot the points on the coordinate plane and obtain the graph of Y=2X+4

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