whAat is the y-intercept of the graph of the line given by the equation 3y+4x=15
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SO this equation given is in standard form, we need to put it in slope intercept, do you know what that is?
the slope intercept form is:
y = mx + b
m is slope and b is your y intercept. Here are the steps to get to that.
3y+4x = 15
We need to isolate x:
-4x on both sides
3y = -4x + 15
/3 on both sides
y = (-4/3)x + 5
So your y - intercept is 5
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actually just go ahead and post them here
please set x=0, and solve for y
solve the system of equations by substitutions : x=-4y
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I spoke to him in chatting and then just related what we where talking about here. Sorry
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Got it, I will try to do better next time.
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