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6-137.

Make a table and a graph for the following rule: $y = 3x-2$.

Fill in a table with a few calculated points from the expression.

Graph the points.

Sketch a line that intersects all the points from the table.

1. Explain how you know that there are more points than just the ones shown on your graph.

What does a solid line graph mean?

Since the graph creates a line, this means that there are existing points between the points you have graphed.

2. Where would the additional points go on the graph?

Refer to the characteristics discussed in part (b).