Q: X- and y- intercepts for 3x plus 2y equals 6?

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3x + 2y = 7

(2, -1)

3x-2y-7=0

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

3x+2y=6 2y=-3x+6 y=-1.5x+3

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-3x + 2y = 9 2y = 3x + 9y = 1,5x + 4,5

3x + 2y = 7

(2, -1)

3x-2y-7=0

3x+2y=9 2y=9-3x y=-1.5x-4.5

3x = 2y + 7 The standard form is: 3x - 2y - 7 = 0

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

3x+2y=6 2y=-3x+6 y=-1.5x+3

3x+2y-5=0 3x+2y=5 Im lost im only 12 work out the rest hope i helped

3x + 2y = 8 This is an equation. It could be the equation of a line.

3x + 2y = 12 ie 2y = 12 - 3x so y = 6 - 3x/2

The equation can be simplified to show a value of Y in terms of X. 3X + 2Y +2 = 4Y + 4 3X + 2 = 2Y + 4 3X -2 = 2Y and 2Y = 3X - 2 means that Y = (3/2 X) -1