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Q: What is the y intercept of the graph of -5x plus 10y equals 20?

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y - intercept = 10x - intercept = -10y- intercept: x = 0y = x + 10y = 0 + 10y = 10x - intercept: y = 0y = x + 100 = x + 10x + 10 = 0x = -10

It is: y = -0.4x+1 when in slope intercept form.

10y plus 40 equals 50y.

If you mean: -10x-10y = -20 then x intercept is at (2, 0) and y intercept at (0, 2)

Basically, the x-intercept is what x equals when y=0, and the y-intercept is what y equals when x=0. To find the x intercept, set y equal to 0. -5x+10(0)=20 -5x+0=20 -5x=20 divide both sides by -5 x=-4 so the x intercept is (-4,0) To find the y intercept, set x equal to 0. -5(0)+10y=20 0+10y=20 10y=20 divide both sides by 10 y=2 so the y intercept is (0,2)

x + 2y = 10At the x-intercept, y=0:x = 10At the y-intercept, x=0 ==> 2y = 10y = 5

10y = 9y + 4, so y = 4

The y-intercept means... When does the line cross through the y-axis?This happens when the x-value is zero... so simply just plug in zero for "x"y = 2 * (0) + 10y = 10y-intercept is equal to 10For the x-intercept just make the y-value equal to zero.

y = 0.5x - 0.3

yes that is correct

Y-8x plus 9y equals 10y-8x.

x + 2y = 10At the x-intercept, y=0:x = 10At the y-intercept, x=0 ==> 2y = 10y = 5

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