Q: Find the x and y intercept of 9x54-6y?

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solve the x and you find the y

To find the y intercept put zero in for x and solve. To find the x intercept put zero in for y and solve. (0,8) and (-8,0)

to find the y-intercept you plug in your x and y values in to the equation of y=mx+b. b is the y intercept and m is the slope. To find the x-intercept, set y = 0, and find value of x that satisfies the equation. If it is a line in the form y=mx+b, then the x-intercept will be at x= -b/m

To find the x-intercept you need to set y=0 in your equation. To find the y-intercept you need to set x=0 in your equation.

if you are looking at a graph the y intercept is when the graph crosses the y axis and the x intercept is when the graph crosses the x axis. if you have a formula... plug zero in for x to find the y intercept, and plug zero in for y to find the x intercept

To find the x-intercept, plug 0 in for y: 0 = -x-1, so x = -1. To find the y-intercept, plug zero in for x: y=-0-1, so y = -1 The x-intercept is (0,-1) and the y-intercept is (-1,0)

Substitute zero for x to find the y-intercept, and substitute zero for y to find the x-intercept.

To find the y-intercept, plug 0 in for x: 3y = -12 y = -4To find the x-intercept, plug 0 in for y: 2x = -12 x = -6The y-intercept is y = -4, and the x-intercept is x = -6.

You look for the value of 0 in the y column, and find out what x has to be for y=0. This value of x is you x-axis intercept. (Reverse "x" and "y" in the above description to find the y-intercept, if there is one).

Slope and y-interceptIn the general equation of the line, y=mx+b, the slope is m and the y-intercept is b. You can find the y-intercept for a linear equation in any form by setting x to zero and solving for y. Similarly, you can find the x-intercept by setting y to zero and solving for x.In the above general equation, the x-intercept is -b/m.

To find the y-intercept you substitute in 0 for x and solve. To find the x- intercept you substitute in 0 for y and solve. If you do it correctly you should find the x-intercept to be -3 and the y-intercept to be 3.

-- In the equation of the graph, set x=0. -- Solve the equation for 'y'. -- The value you get for 'y' when x=0 is the y-intercept.

Normally, the y-intercept would be after the x term, but because there is no x term the y-intercept is 0.

The function y = -1 has no x-intercept; its graph is a horizontal line with a y-intercept of -1.

y = {slope}x + {y intercept}

Substitute zero for x

Find the y value when x=0.

2y + x = 12At the x-intercept, y=0:x = 12At the y-intercept, x=0:2y = 12y = 6

x intercept: -4 1/3 y intercept: 13

If the x intercept is a and the y intercept is b, then the equation of the line is bx + ay = ab

Your equation does not have an x variable. So as-is would be a horizontal line (no x-intercept). If this was a typo and you meant to have x in one of the terms then it would have an x and y intercept. The y intercept is where it intersects the y-axis. The x coordinate of the y-axis is x=0, so substitute x=0 into the equation, and solve for y. To find the x-intercept, substitute y=0, and solve for x.

x + y = 4 or y = -x + 4 To get X-intercept, make y = 0, then 0 = -x + 4, or x = 4To get Y-intercept, make x = 0, then y = -0 + 4, or y = 4

False. To find the x-intercept, let y = 0 and solve for x. To find the y-intercept, let x = 0 and solve for y.

To find the y-intercept, we must see where x = 0 (because where x = 0, the graph crosses over the y-axis).y + x = -3Setting x = 0,y + (0) = -3y = -3The y-intercept is y = -3.

The x intercept would be 14 and the y intercept would be 6.