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Math Help - Someone please help me!!!I HAVE A TEST! URGENT

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    Someone please help me!!!I HAVE A TEST! URGENT

    how i can i find the x and the y-int of these;

    1. y=4x-8

    2. 3x-2y+6=0

    please show full steps! Thank you!
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    Re: Someone please help me!!!I HAVE A TEST! URGENT

    to find the x-intercept ... set y = 0 and solve for x

    to find the y-intercept ... set x = 0 and solve for y

    do it.
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    Re: Someone please help me!!!I HAVE A TEST! URGENT

    I did that but somehow am getting a really messed up answer!
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    Re: Someone please help me!!!I HAVE A TEST! URGENT

    thread closed because of multiple posts of the same problem
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