# X - 3y equals -3 and -2x plus 6y equals 12 solution?

x - 3y = -3: multiply by -2 giving -2x + 6y = 6, but -2x + 6y = 12 so we have a problem! Misprint?

# What is the x-intercept of 3x plus 6y equals 12?

3x + 6y = 12 ∴ x + 2y = 4 ∴ x = 4 - 2y if x = 0, then: 0 = 4 - 2y ∴ 2y = 4 ∴ y = 2 So the x intercept for that line is at point (0, 2)

# What is 4x plus 6y plus 12 equals 0 in slope intercept form?

y = -(2/3)x -2

# What is the x-intercept of the line 2x-6y plus 24 equals 0?

The x- intercept of a line occurs when the line crosses the x axis. When this happens the corresponding y value of this point will be 0. From this we know that x-intercepts ha…ve y = 0. To find the x-intercept of a line we can plug this y value into the formula and get a corresponding x. 2x - 6y + 24 = 0 2x - 6(0) + 24 = 0 (substituting 0 for y) 2x + 24 = 0 (-6 * 0 is 0) 2x = -24 (add 24 to both sides) x = -12 (divide both sides by 2) The x-intercept of 2x - 6y + 2 = 0 is x = -12 & y = 0 or (-12, 0)

# What are the x and y intercepts of -2x-6y equals 6?

-2x-6y=6 can be written as -6y=2x+6 or y=-2/6x-1 This tells us the y intercept is 1. You can also plug in x=0 to find the y intercept. So when you replace x with 0 in -2x-6y=6… you have -6y=6 so y=-1 again Now to find the x intercept, let y be 0 so 0=2x+6 or -6=2x which tells us x=-6/2 or -3 and this is the y intercept.

# What are the intercepts of the line 2x plus 4y equals 12?

x-intercept: 6; y-intercept: 3

# What is the slope intercept form of -2x-6y equals -8?

-2x - 6y = -8 2x + 6y = 8 6y = -2x + 8 y = -2/6 x + 8/6 y = -1/3 x + 4/3

# What is x-Intercept -2x-6y?

For -2x - 6y = 0 when y = 0, x = -3

# What is the y intercept of 2x plus 6y equals 36?

A line intercepts the y axis when x=0. If we put x=0 into the equation we get 2x0 + 6y = 36 6y = 36 y = 6 (dividing both sides by 6) Thus the line intercepts the y axis when …x is 0 and y is 6. This is the point with the coordinates (0,6)

# What is 2x-6y equals 9 in slope- intercept form?

2x-6y = 9 Rearranging: 6y = 2x - 9 Divide through by 6: y = (1/3)x - 3/2

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# What is -4x plus 6y equals 12 in slope intercept form?

y=4x+2

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# What is the slope of y intercept of the graph of 3x plus 6y equals 12?

The y-intercept of the line 3x + 6y =12 is ( 0, 2 ) The slope of the line 3x + 6y = 12 is -1/2 Firstly, let's find the y intercept. At the y intercept, the value of the x coo…rdinate equals 0. Therefore, our equation would be: 3*0 + 6y = 12 0 + 6y = 12 6y = 12 We divide both sides by 6 and.. y = 2 We already know that x has to be 0, so the y intercept is at the point ( 0, 2 ) The slope can be found either by changing the form of the equation to slope-intercept form, or by finding another point on the line, and using the slope formula. Because it's getting late, I'm going to do the latter. Easiest point to find will be the x-intercept. At that point, y = 0. (This will mean the math should be easy.) 3x + 6*0 = 12 3x = 12 x = 4. So we have a second point at ( 4, 0 ). And the earlier point at ( 0, 2 ). The slope formula is ( y2 - y1 ) / ( x2 - x1 ). In our case: ( 2 - 0 ) / ( 0 - 4 ) 2 / -4 Simplify -1/2

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# What is 3x plus 6y equals 12 in slope-intercept form?

3x + 6y = 12 Rearranging terms: 6y = -3x + 12 Divide through by 6: y = - 1 / 2 *x + 2

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# How do you factor 2x - 6y plus 14z?

2(x - 3y + 7z)

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# What is the factor of 2x plus 6y?

It is: 2(x+3y) when factored