Q: What is the x- and y-intercept of the graph of x y7 equation?

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If the equation is x + 7y = 14 then the slope is -1/7 If the equation is x + y7 = 14, then the slope is 7(14 - x)-8

If you mean: the point of (-2, 3) and equation of x-y = 7 then the parallel equation works out as y = x+5

Then that part of the graph is below the x-axis.

x = constant.

x=constant

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If the equation is x + 7y = 14 then the slope is -1/7 If the equation is x + y7 = 14, then the slope is 7(14 - x)-8

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A line graph needs an equation. x-2 and x3 are expressions: neither is an equation.

If you mean: the point of (-2, 3) and equation of x-y = 7 then the parallel equation works out as y = x+5

Move 3 over the right side of the equation so the equation would be x = -3. The graph of this would be a verticle line at x= -3

yx-3 is not an equation, and it has no graph.

Graph that equation. If the graph pass the horizontal line test, it is an inverse equation (because the graph of an inverse function is just a symmetry graph with respect to the line y= x of a graph of a one-to-one function). If it is given f(x) and g(x) as the inverse of f(x), check if g(f(x)) = x and f(g(x)) = x. If you show that g(f(x)) = x and f(g(x)) = x, then g(x) is the inverse of f(x).

They will be on the horizontal x axis of the graph (look for the x-intercepts).

y =x

Then that part of the graph is below the x-axis.

At the x-intercept on the graph of the equation, y=0. Take the equation, set 'y' equal to zero, and solve the equation for 'x'. The number you get is the x-intercept.

The graph of F(x), shown below, resembles the graph of G(x) = x2, but it has been changed somewhat. Which of the following could be the equation of F(x)?