Can anyone help me find the intercept of this
x^2y-x^2+4y=0
My second question is find the points of intersection of the graphs of the equations
analytically.
x^2+y^2=5
x-y=1
I know you have to set them to y so they can be equal to each other.
So I did y=x-1
But how would I do y^2=-x^2+5 ?
For the first one, the graph of this function touches the y-axis when x=0
and touches the x-axis when y=0.
Let one of these equal zero and discover the value of the other.
This is how to find axis crossing-points.
I'd also recommend Earboth's solution.My second question is find the points of intersection of the graphs of the equations
analytically.
x^2+y^2=5
x-y=1
I know you have to set them to y so they can be equal to each other.
So I did y=x-1
But how would I do y^2=-x^2+5 ?