Q: What is x and y intercepts to -3x 5y30?

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X intercept: -5 Y intercept: +3

x=20 y=-3

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the y intercept occurs when x=0 y=3(0) -2 y=-2 the x intercept occurs when y=0 0=3x-2 2=3x x=2/3=.667

y = 0 gives 0 = - x - 20 so that x = -20 So the intercept is (-20, 0)

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Given the linear equation 3x - 2y^6 = 0, the x and y intercepts are found by replacing the x and y with 0. This gives the intercepts of x and y where both = 0.

X intercept: -5 Y intercept: +3

how do you factor y=2x^2+3x-20 to get the roots

The question does not contain an equation (or inequality) but an expression. An expression cannot have intercepts.

They are: 6 and -3

-3x + 5y = -15At the x-intercept, y=0:-3x = -15 . . . . . x = 5At the y-intercept, x=0:5y = -15 . . . . . y = -3

x=20 y=-3

3x + y = 12The x intercept occurs when y = 0. Then, 3x + 0 = 12 : 3x = 12 : x = 4The y intercept occurs when x = 0. Then, (3 x 0) + y = 12 : y = 12.

Assuming the equation is 3x + y = 15, then the x-intercept is (5, 0) and the y-intercept is (0, 15).

x intercept = 5 y intercept = 15

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