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What are the x- and y – intercepts of the following equation: y = 4x + 20

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  1. qpHalcy0n Group Title
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    Here, it's already in slope intercept form (y = mx + b), in this case, the y-intercept is "b". You can get the x-intercept by setting y = 0, and solving for x.

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    oh okay!

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  3. qpHalcy0n Group Title
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    Can you proceed from here?

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    (0, 20), (5, 0) (0, 20), (-5, 0) (20, 0), (0, -5) (0, 20), (0, 5) Which one of these would be right..

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    Well, if you understand the process then the answer will be clear. Are you understanding what I said? What is unclear?

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    I did but i was still confused lol

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    im working on a math course online so i needed the answer.

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    Ok, so can you tell me what the y-intercept is?

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    yeaaa the y is 0

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    No, that's incorrect. See here you have an equation in the form y = mx + b. Here, m and b are just numbers (constants). The important thing is that "m" is in front of the 'x' and b is by itself. In this form, the y-intercept is simply, b. So what is b?

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    lmao 0 idk gahhhh :/

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  12. qpHalcy0n Group Title
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    |dw:1345871889330:dw|

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  13. qpHalcy0n Group Title
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    How about now?

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  14. BabyBoy1 Group Title
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    ohhhhh thanks !

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    No prob.

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