#### Answer

Refer to the graph below.

#### Work Step by Step

To graph the given linear equation, look for three points that belong to the line.
To find three points on the line, assign a value to one variable and then solve for the value of the other variable.
When x = 0:
$x-3y=12
\\0-3y=12
\\-3y=12
\\\frac{-3y}{-3}=\frac{12}{-3}
\\y=-4$
The point is $(0, -4)$.
When y = 0:
$x-3y=12
\\x-3(0)=12
\\x=12$
The point is $(12, 0)$.
When $y = -2$:
$x-3y=12
\\x-3(-2)=12
\\x+6=12
\\x=12-6
\\x=6$
The point is $(6, -2)$.
Plot the three points and connect them using a straight line.
(refer to the attached image in the answer part above)