if I am trying to find the x and y intercept, how would I with "y=x-5"

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if I am trying to find the x and y intercept, how would I with "y=x-5"

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to find the y-intercept, replace x with 0 and evaluate what do you get?
y=-5
the y-intercept is (0,-5) which means there is a point at -5 on the y axis where the graph goes through |dw:1440291847757:dw|

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now plug in y = 0 and solve for x. This will give you the x-intercept
what formula do I use?
y = x-5 0 = x-5 ... replace y with 0 now isolate x. To do so, you add 5 to both sides (to undo the subtraction of 5)
so 5 = x?
yep x = 5 which means the x-intercept is (5,0) basically 5 on the x axis |dw:1440292096323:dw|
then I would put y at -5 on the y axis and 5 on the x axis?
a straight line goes through those two points |dw:1440292123939:dw|
correct
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oops, I meant thanks lol
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