Find the intercepts of y=−6/5x+6

pokvarilaap 2022-09-05 Answered
Find the intercepts of y = - 6 5 x + 6
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Mario Monroe
Answered 2022-09-06 Author has 12 answers
You just need to set the y to 0 and use it in the equation
0 = - 6 5 x + 6
6 5 x = 6
Frome where x=5
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