UPSKILL MATH PLUS

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### Theory:

Let us consider the equation $$y = x+1$$. Now, let us graph the equation.

First, to plot the points in the graph, we need the ordered pairs. To find the ordered pairs, let us substitute values for $$x$$.

The equation is $$y = x+1$$.

When $$x = -2$$, $$y = -2+1$$ $$= -1$$

When $$x = -1$$, $$y = -1+1$$ $$= 0$$

When $$x = 0$$, $$y = 0+1$$ $$= 1$$

When $$x = 1$$, $$y = 1+1$$ $$= 2$$

When $$x = 2$$, $$y = 2+1$$ $$= 3$$

Therefore, the ordered pairs are $$(-2,-1)$$, $$(-1,0)$$, $$(0,1)$$, $$(1,2)$$, $$(2,3)$$.

Now, let us plot these ordered pairs in the graph and join them.

Here, the scale is $$x$$-axis $$1 \ cm =1 \ unit$$ and $$y$$-axis $$1 \ cm = 1 \ unit$$.