# Maths algebra help required

Question asked by: nvb272

Asked on: 18 Jul 2008

Y=3x+4

What you need to do is plug in those values of x and work out what y is as a result.

Let's take the case where 'x' is 1 and show you.

So this means you have y = (3x1) + 4, so y = 7

then just plug in the other values of x and write down what y would be accordingly - easy you see!

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Replied at: 21 Aug 2008

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