## Algebra 1: Common Core (15th Edition)

Graphing the equation $2x +3y = 6$ on a graphing calculator can be done by first ensuring the 2x is on the right side of the equation. This will change the equation to $3y=-2x+6$. Once this is done, dividing both sides by 3 will yield the equation $y= \frac{-2}{3} + 2$. This equation can simply be inputted into the graphing calculator.