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To find the y intercept algebraically, which is in my opinion much easier for an equation like this, set y=0 and solve for x. If you must do it graphically for an assignment there are a variety of online tools that will graph simple equations for you. Try wolfram alpha for example: http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=y%3D1%2F2+x
Thank you...I am having trouble with the y intercept. the answer that I have for teh graphing is y=x/2 . I will try the wolframalpha website.
if y=1/2x that means that the y intercept will be 0
@karinalol well... yes
The ordered pair is (0,2)?
@stilenx for y-int, it is at x=0, so you should put x=0 into the equation instead of y=0
and if you have the equation in the form y=mx+c, like the one in the question, y=(1/2)x m= slope , and c= y-intercept so from the equation, you can directly find out that the slope is 1/2 and the y-int is 0 (since you have no numbers behind 'mx')
I think I have that part of the question? I need to find the ordered pair?
not sure, but to graph the equation, you need to find 2 points
I graphed the equation correctly and now I have to provide an ordered pa
what order pair?
i meant what order pair is needed? if not specify, just randomly select a point lying on a line
I need an ordered pair to my answer
when x=0, what is the value of y?
show your work again
for number times 0, it is always 0...
I have the O confused on the ordered pair? That is why I said (0,2)
The ordered pair is (0,0) y =0
|dw:1332654962880:dw| The ordered pair is (0,0) <- correct