What is the y-intercept of the equation 2x + 3y = 12? -2/3 4 6 12

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What is the y-intercept of the equation 2x + 3y = 12? -2/3 4 6 12

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Hey set it up in y = mx+b (b = y - intercept) format that way you will be able to see the y - intercept clearly.
So solve for y, do you know how to do that?
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2x + 3y = 12 start by subtracting 2x both sides
What do you mean
u - 2x from 12 =10 2x - 3y and u get 1y
remember this in algebra : you can't add/subtract apples and coconuts
2x + 3y = 12 subtracting 2x both sides : 2x + 3y = 12 -2x -2x you should get : 3y = 12 - 2x
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but "y" still has that 3 attached to it how to get rid of that 3 ?
Often for these algebraic problems to move something to the other side we use the opposite operation of what already exists, so since there's a 3 attached to the y, which means it's being multiplied. What can we do to get rid of the 3?
Don't worry about being wrong, say what ever is on your mind it's ok
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its b
i am not doing that
Yeah that's much better...haha divide both sides by 3
I've been up for 24+ hours so that's my queue xD
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Let me do the algebra quickly to...
4 is correct, but may i know this : when you said below, what were you thinking ? |dw:1440084673397:dw|
3y=12-2x y=(12-2x)/3 y= -2x/3+4 works out
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\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @ltj1234 u have 10 1 y left \(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\) Ganeshie is asking you what you meant by your comment here
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The 10 I think you were trying to subtract 2x from 12, but you can't do that since there is a variable (x)
sure you know it ^
when you have `12 - 2x`, you leave it like that you can't say that equals `10` because they are not "like terms" nevertheless, it was really a very good attempt from your side! keep it up!
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For sure, good job @ltj1234
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