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When you have to find the intercepts of a graph but you have pi as the numerator on both fractions, how do you solve? What does that mean? here's a screenshot of the problem http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/248/problemu.jpg/

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    pi is just a number. pi = 3.14... so go ahead with ur usual method of putting x=0 for y intercept, and numerator=0 for x-intercept.

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