That must depend on the equation that has not been shown
The x-intercept is the point where the y-intercept is zero. "3x 5y 9" is not an equation. 3x+5y+9, or 3x-5y+9, are examples of what was meant to be shown.
The standard form for a straight line equation is y = mx + c, where 'm' is the gradient (slope) and 'c' is the y intercept when 'x' is zero. The equation for the line with details as shown in the question is y = -2x - 4
A linear equation is y = mx + c where m is the gradient and c is the y-intercept. Linear equations are always graphically shown as a straight line, regardless of the gradient or the y-intercept.
There is no particular property illustrated by the equation shown.
The x-intercepts are quite easy. Just write the equation: y = (x - 4)(x - 8) To get the desired y-intercept, you need to multiply this by a scale factor (a constant). Just calculate the y-intercept for the equation as shown above; that will show you by what constant you need to multiply (for example, if the y-intercept is 13, add a factor of 2, to get 26).
It is the additive identity property of zero. (n+0=n)
This is the identity property: the additive identity property of zero.
To determine the x - intercept put y = 0 (and conversely the y - intercept is shown when x = 0) y = 4x + 6 0 = 4x + 6 4x = -6 x = -6/4 = -3/2 (or -1.5)
Associativity and commutativity.
You have not given us an equation, just a term, x + 6. Every equation states that some quantity is equal to some other quantity, and this is shown by means of the equals sign (=). An example of this might be, x + 6 = 10. If that was the equation, then x = 4.
the correct answer would have to be 2molS+3molO2 -------->2SO3(g)
That would be an interesting problem, and we would attack it with relish and gusto, if only we had an equation. But ax/czd is not an equation, as it doesn't describe the relationship between 'x' and 'z' ... or 'y' either if 'y' is involved. Also, in order to find the intercepts, we're going to need to know the values of any constants, such as the 'a', 'c', and 'd' shown. Otherwise, the intercepts can be given only in terms of the constants.
A net ionic equation only includes those components that are directly involved in the reaction. Spectator ions are not included.
Not enough information has been given but in general straight line equations are parallel if they have the same slope but different y intercepts.
ΔS is negative and ΔG is negative at low temperatures...
The products are written to the right of the equation.
The products are at the right of the arrow in a chemical equation.
Reactants are to the left in a chemical equation.
Higuchi equation is a graph of information. This can be shown in many different ways.
You have to show the equation, otherwise I don't know what you're talking about.