Graph the pair of equations in the same rectangular coordinate system: Y=2x ; y=2
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Hey sorry, really burnt out on math so I need some clarifications. How did you get the 1 in (1, 2) and the 2 in (2, 2)

If you let x=1 then from y=2x you get y=2 (1)=2. This is how you get (1,2).

The equation y=2 does not depend on x, so no matter what you choose for x you will always get y=2. If you let x=2, y will be 2, and hence the point (2,2) is on the line y=2.

In general, to find those points you let x to be a number you like and you compute the y component from the equation.
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