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There isnt any intercept point, they are parallel.

Q: What is the y intercept of -2 and -6?

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The slope/y-intercept form of a linear equation is y = mx + b, where m is the slope (Ã¢Ë†â€ y/Ã¢Ë†â€ x) and b is the y-intercept, the point where the line intersects the y axis. Therefore,y = 6x - 2

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x-intercept = (-6, 0)

If the y intercept is -6 then the equation is: y = -7x-6

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Points: (2, 0) and (0, -6) Slope: 3 Equation: y = 3x -6

If you mean: 3y = 9x+6 then y = 3x+2 whereas 2 is the y intercept and 3 is the slope

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-3X + 3Y = 6 3Y = 3X + 6 Y = X + 2 slope(m) = 1 Y intercept = 2 Another way to find Y intercept is to 0 out X in first equation -3(0) + 3Y = 6 3Y = 6 Y = 2

The y intercept is -6

The slope/y-intercept form of a linear equation is y = mx + b, where m is the slope (Ã¢Ë†â€ y/Ã¢Ë†â€ x) and b is the y-intercept, the point where the line intersects the y axis. Therefore,y = 6x - 2

If: 2y-4x = -12 Then: y = 2x-6 So the y intercept is -6 and the slope is 2

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2y - 4x = -12 Algebraically rearrange to 2y = 4x - 12 Divide both sides by '2' y = 2x - 6 So at the 'y' intercept, x = 0 Substituting x = 0 We have y = 2(0) - 6 Anything multiplied '0' is equal; to '0' Hence y = 0 - 6 y = -6 is the value of the y-intercept.

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x-intercept = (-6, 0)

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)