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Identify the correct x intercept and y intercept of the equation 4x - 3y = 24. Choices... x intercept = (8, 0); y intercept = (0, 6) x intercept = (-8, 0); y intercept = (0, -6) x intercept = (-6, 0); y intercept = (0, 8) x intercept = (6, 0); y intercept = (0, -8) WHICH ONE?!

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well the y intercept is the b when it is in y = mx+b format so subtract 4x on both sides then divide by -3 on both sides
so you should get y = 4/3x-7 or something like that i might now be tots accurate
sorry its 8

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y=4/3-8
if x = 0 what is y=? that is your y intercept if y=0 what is x=? that is your x intercept
so then just plug in 0 for y and then that is your x intercept
thats actually an easier way of doing it but its whatever
x intercept = (6, 0); y intercept = (0, -8)
http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4f25f23ce4b0a2a9c2673515 <<<< the way to get the answer was explained here by me lol, this question is a duplicate

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