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Find the x and y intercept : X/3-y/7=5

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put x=0 to get y-intercept put y=0 to get x-intercept
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\[\frac{ x }{ a }+\frac{ y }{ b }=1\] a and b are intercepts ..so divide your equation by 5

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\[\frac{ x }{ 5*3 }+\frac{ y }{ 7*5 }=1\] hope x and y are clear to you
i mean x and y intercepts
@NatalieLove is it clear?
@ghazi *minus*
@hartnn sorry it is what i was gonna edit lol
equation line where intercept with x-axis is known as x-intercept and similarly y-intercept
What is. The solution
it is in front of you
x=15,y=35
\[\frac{ x }{ 5*3 }+\frac{ y }{ -7*5 }=1...a=5*3,.... b=-7*5\] is that clear

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