Here's the question you clicked on:
dmezzullo
put a zero in place of y and solve for x. Then put a ___ in place of x and solve for __.
After you solve for x, then you can put what you get from that in to solve for y? lol I would thing what they are looking for though is put a 0 in place of x and solve for y (my guess tho no idea so wait untill someone else tells you too) lol
@RadEn Can u explain this again plz?
if u want determine the values of x-intercept and y-intercept, i think @LoveYou*69 is right
yes @LoveYou*69 is right