generals336
2020-12-17
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Find the x-and y-intercepts of this equation.

$7x+2y=56$

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Clara Reese

Answered 2020-12-18
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Calculation:

Consider the following function

$7x+2y=56$

For x-intercept put$y=0$

$7x+2\left(0\right)=56$

$7x=56$

$x=\frac{56}{7}$

$x=8$

Hence, the x-intercept is at (8, 0)

For y-intercept put$x=0$

$7\left(0\right)+2y=56$

$2y=56$

$y=\frac{56}{2}$

$y=28$

Hence, the y-intercept is at (0.28)

Consider the following function

For x-intercept put

Hence, the x-intercept is at (8, 0)

For y-intercept put

Hence, the y-intercept is at (0.28)

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