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4x+18=2y find the intercept method to graph

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  • hba
Do we have to solve for x or y ?
@bhakti Hi, \(\huge \color{red}{\text{Welcome to Open Study}}\ddot\smile\) Can u plz post the entire question ? what needs to be done with 4x+18 = 2y ??
To get x-intercept put y=0 in the equation to get y-intercept put x=0 in the equation

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so tell me what intercepts u get ?
i don't get it see 0=4x+18 what do i do now
right, now find x from that 0=4x+18 subtract 18 from both sides, what u get ?
-4.5 in one side but what do i do on the other one
thats correct, your x-intercept is (-4.5,0) now find y-intercept. 18=2y y=... ?
9 is the answer
how do i graph it
correct, so y-intercept is (0,9) now can u plot both the intercepts ? can u plot (-4.5,0) and (0,9) ?
if you are able to plot both points, then just join them with straight line and you have graphed your equation....
thanks
ok, welcome ^_^
if you don't have any further questions , then you can close this question. so that you can ask other questions, if any....

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