## Given the equation 2x-3y=6 What is the x intercept? What is the y intercept?

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Given the equation

2x-3y=6

What is the x intercept?

What is the y intercept?

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2021-07-22T08:26:29+00:00
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Answer:(The X intercept is 3) and (the Y intercept is -2)

Step-by-step explanation:find

x interceptby substituting y=02x-3×0=6

any expression multiplied by 0 equals 0

2x-0=6

when adding or subtracting 0, the quantity never changes

2x=6

divide both sides of the equation by 2

x=3find Y intercept by substituting x = 0

2×0-3y=6

solve the equation for y

y=-2

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You can find the x-intercept by substituting y as 0 so then it would be 2x=6 ( i think) the you would divide so the x intercept is 3. For the y intercept you would do the same thing but substitute x as 0 and divide by -3. Hoped this helped!