how do you find the Y intercept for x=10-4y
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Originally Posted by steresopolis how do you find the Y intercept for x=10-4y Y-intercept means the value of y when x = 0 Put x =0 , y = 5/2 ---------------------------- For an equation ax+by = c ax/c + by/c = 1 c/a = x intercept c/b = y intercept
Originally Posted by steresopolis how do you find the Y intercept for x=10-4y To find the y-intercept for any such equation, just plug "0" in for "x", and solve. (To find the x-intercept, just plug "0" in for "y", and solve.)
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