# SOLUTION: what is the answer x+y=5 and x-y=-6 this lesson is chapter 4.3 graphing by intercepts i need help please&thank you i am in the 9th grade in algebra 1

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 Question 244451: what is the answer x+y=5 and x-y=-6 this lesson is chapter 4.3 graphing by intercepts i need help please&thank you i am in the 9th grade in algebra 1 Answer by checkley77(12569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!The line equation form is Y=mX+b where m=slope & b=Y intercept. x+y=5 y=-x+5 (red line) x-y=-6 -y=-x-6 y=x+6 (green line) (graph 300x300 pixels, x from -6 to 8, y from -6 to 8, of TWO functions -x +5 and x +6).