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Q: What is the x intercept of the line 4x-3y equals 12?

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It's the equation of a straight line with a slope of -1.5 and a y-intercept of -3.

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Do you mean 4x-3y = 12 then it is at (3, 0)

4x + 3y = 12 3y = -4x + 12 y = -4/3x + 4 The slope is therefore -4/3 (the coefficient of the x term) The y intercept is 4 (the value of y when x = 0)

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There is no y intercept and the slope of the line is 12 from the origin

x-intercept: 6; y-intercept: 3

(0,6)

The slope is -6 and the y intercept is 12

It's the equation of a straight line, with a slope of (6/7) and a y-intercept of (-12/7).

the x intercept is 3

X-intercept=3 y-intercept=-2

It is a straight line equation that can be rearranged into slope intercept form: -x+2y = 12 2y = x+12 y = 0.5x+6 which is now in slope intercept form

If you mean -x+y = 12 then y = x+12 and so the parallel line will have the same slope but with a different y intercept.

Th equation is -3x-2y=-12. The x intercept occurs when y is 0 so let's set y=0. -3x=-12 which tells us x=4 and the intercept is at the point (4,0)

It is a straight line equation and can be rearranged into slope intercept form as follows:- 6x-6y = 12 -6y = -6x+12 y = x-2 which is now in slope intercept form

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