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  1. him1618
    • 2 years ago
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    intercepts are points where the lines cut the axis

  2. Falkqwer
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    so i have to find x&y

  3. uzumakhi
    • 2 years ago
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    first put y=0 and calculate x-intercept second put x=0 and calculate y-intercept

  4. him1618
    • 2 years ago
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    for x-intercept, set y=0, because y=0 is the eqn of the x-axis

  5. AravindG
    • 2 years ago
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    divide whole equation by 15

  6. him1618
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    understand how the concept works?

  7. uzumakhi
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    u are correct

  8. Falkqwer
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    omg so much help XD

  9. AravindG
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    we will get the form x/a+y/b+=1 which is intercept form where a is x intercept, b is y intercept

  10. Falkqwer
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    Thanks everyone

  11. akash_809
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    divide whole equation by 15 and compare with eq given by @AravindG

  12. Falkqwer
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    Thx Him1618 got it

  13. AravindG
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    x/a+y/b=1

  14. akash_809
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    @Falkqwer u keep writing XD what does that mean lol

  15. AravindG
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    XD us smiley for laughing lloud :P

  16. uzumakhi
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    even i also want to know XD

  17. akash_809
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    he he...it means lol=XD...i was thinking something else

  18. Falkqwer
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    LOL + :D = XD

  19. Falkqwer
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    :DD

  20. akash_809
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    troller maths...lol

  21. uzumakhi
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    yesterday i learn idk and today XD............lol

  22. Falkqwer
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    XD IDK about that :D

  23. Falkqwer
    • 2 years ago
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    Trololol

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