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Find the x and y intercept graph the equation plotting the intercepts 3x-6y=21. Please can you show me how you get this answer. ty
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Feb 9, 2012
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To find x divide 21 by 3 then to find y divide 21 by 6
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Feb 10, 2012
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The answer is that x & y axes intercepts is when the respective values are 0.
So for the X axis intercept the y value will be
3*0 - 6y = 21
y = -21 / 6
Similarly for Y axis intercept, the x value will be
3x - 6*0 = 21
x = 21 / 3
Hope that helps
sukesh
Feb 10, 2012
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