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I'm doing a review class for algebra-- which means the teacher doesn't exactly teach you anything. I've looked on the internet for help but it doesn't really make sense? I kinda forgot how to find the x and y inyrtvrptd of an equation. Could someone walk me through this problem? 

thanks so much :)))

 

Find the x-intercept and the y-intercept of the equation: $y = \frac{-3}{2}x + 6$.  Graph.

 

i hope whoever helps has fun solving the problem too!! <3

 Nov 4, 2021
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Hello :))

 

To start, the x intercept is found when y = 0, and the x intercept is found when x = 0. 

 

x intercept

0 = -3/2x + 6

 

y intercept

y = -3/4(0) + 6

 

Any idea how to go from here?

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 Nov 7, 2021

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