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  • 2 years ago

What is the distance between the x and y intercept of the line 2y=6-x? A. 3.67 B. 6.32 C. 6.71 D. 7.29 E. 8.04

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  1. anonymous
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    First solve for y and find the x and y intercept. Then use the distance forumla

  2. anonymous
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    it will be C

  3. anonymous
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    First you have to find the x intercept taking y = 0 then y intercept using x = 0

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    then by Pythagorean th. you can find the distance..

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    thanks!

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