**The formula is: y = x^2 - 6x what are the values for Y? (Plotting a graph)**

**X has the values of: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6.**

**The formula is: y = x^2 - 6x what are the values for Y? (Plotting a graph)**

**X has the values of: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6.**

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The equation defined by **y = x ^{2} - 6x**, means that if we are given a value for x (such as 0, 1, 2, 3, etc.), then we can find a y value by plugging in the x into the equation and doing the necessary operations.

When **x = 0** the equation is **y = (0) ^{2} - 6(0) = 0**, thus when x is 0, y is also 0. The coordinate point is

When** x = 1** the equation is **y = (1) ^{2} - 6(1) = 1 - 6 = -5**, thus when x is 1, y is -5. The coordinate point is

When **x = 2** the equation is** y = (2) ^{2} - 6(2) = 4 - 12 = -8**, thus when x is 2, y is -8. The coordinate point is

When **x = 3** the equation is **y = (3) ^{2} - 6(3) = 9 - 18 = -9**, thus when x is 3, y is -9. The coordinate point is

When **x = 4** the equation is **y = (4) ^{2} - 6(4) = 16 - 24 = -8**, thus when x is 4, y is -8. The coordinate point is

When **x = 5** the equation is **y = (5) ^{2} - 6(5) = 25 - 30 = -5**, thus when x is 5, y is -5. The coordinate point is

When **x = 6** the equation is **y = (6) ^{2} - 6(6) = 36 - 36 = 0**, thus when x is 6, y is 6. The coordinate point is

The graph looks somewhat like a U, that has the left most point at (0,0) and the right most point at (6,0). The lowest point is (3,-9)