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9. What are the intercepts of the equation? Graph the equation. 5x + 2y = 10

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    intercepts, \(x\) intercept replace \(y\) by 0 get \[5x=10\implies x=2\] so \(x\) intercept is \((2,0)\) \(y\) intercept replace \(x\) by 0 get \[2y=10\implies y=5\] so \(y\) intercept is \((0,5)\)

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    as usual. you are awesome.

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    go with the second one

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    yep :)

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    two have the same answer, but only the second one has the points graphed correctly

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    thank you so much. i love you

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