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For the function 3x – 2y = 12, what is the x-intercept? -4 4 6 -6

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  1. theEric
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    Think about this: the \(x\)-intercept is the value of \(x\) when \(y=0\). Does that make sense?|dw:1374721576299:dw|

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    ya

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    So here's what you do: 1. Make \(y\) be \(0\). 2. Solve for \(x\). Alright? You try :)

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    postive 6

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    You did the math?

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