Mathematics

Question

find the x intercept and y intercept for the graph of 2x-3y=6

2 Answer

  • 2x - 3y = 6
    -3y = 6 - 2x
    y = -2 + 2/3x
  • xintercept is where the line crosses the x axis or where y=0
    yintercept is where the line crosses the y axis or where x=0


    2x-3y=6

    xint
    y=0
    2x=6
    x=3
    xint is x=3 or (3,0)

    yint
    x=0
    -3y=6
    divide by -3
    y=-2
    yint is y=-2 or (0,-2)

    xint is (3,0) or at x=3
    yint is (0,-2) or at y=-2
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