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Q: What is the y intercept for -3x plus y equals 1?

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3x+2y = 1 2y = -3x+1 y = -1.5x+0.5

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The y-intercept of y=3x+1 is at the point (0,1)(i worked it out on a graphics calculator my apologies if you needed working out.)

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If: 3x+4y = 4 Then: y = -3/4x+1 and so the slope is -3/4 or -0.75 with a y intercept of 1

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