Find the x-and y-intercepts of the graph of the equation algebraically. y=-5x+6

alesterp 2020-11-30 Answered
Find the x-and y-intercepts of the graph of the equation algebraically.
y=5x+6
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yagombyeR
Answered 2020-12-01 Author has 92 answers
Calculation:
Consider, the equation,
y=5x+6
To determine x-intercept, substitute y=0 in the above equation,
0=5x+6
5x=6
x=65
Therefore, the x-intercept is (65,0).
To determine y -intercept, substitute x=0 in the equation, y=5x+6,
y=5×0+6=6
Therefore, y-intercept is (0,6).
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