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Given the linear equation 2y + 6 = 5x, find the y-intercept. Option A: 5/2 Option B: 3 Option C: -3 Option D: - 6/5

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    What value does X need to be to intercept the y axis?

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    all the information was given

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    This is a built in fact of the way Cartesian planes work, you will always need to know it for answering questions of this type. Look at it this way, where do the x and y axis meet?

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    what are the co-ordinates?

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