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## If the graph of the linear equation ax-8y=15 has an x-intercept at (3,0), then what is the value of a?

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If the graph of the linear equation ax-8y=15 has an x-intercept at (3,0), then what is the value of a?

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Answer:Slope= 2.000

0.250

=0.125

x−intercept=115=15.00000y−

intercept= −8 15=−1.87500

Step-by-step explanation:1.1 Solve x-8y-15 = 0

Tiger recognizes that we have here an equation of a straight line. Such an equation is usually written y=mx+b (“y=mx+c” in the UK).

“y=mx+b” is the formula of a straight line drawn on a Cartesian coordinate system in which “y” is the vertical axis and “x” the horizontal axis.

In this formula :

y tells us how far up the line goes

x tells us how far along

m is the Slope or Gradient i.e. how steep the line is

b is the Y-intercept i.e. where the line crosses the Y-axis

The X and Y intercepts and the Slope are called the line properties. We shall now graph the line x-8y-15 = 0 and calculate its properties