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lovely_lee
graph the linear equation x-3y=6 by finding the intercept
y=(1/3)x-2|dw:1316821062831:dw|
how did you get that, i dont understand
x intercept when y=0 (6,0) y intercept when x=0 (0,-2) |dw:1316821234369:dw|
may you please explain how you got that
u find the x intercept and the y intercept the x intercept is where the line intersects the x axis and the y intercept is where the line intersects with the y axis to find the x intercept u set y=0 so x-3(0)=6 x=6 that means the x intercept is (6,0) to find the y intercept u set x=0 so 0-3y=6 -3y=6 y=-2 so the y intercept is (0,-2)