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Assuming the equation is 2x - y = 5, the x intercept is 2.5.

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Q: Which is the x-intercept of the graph of 2x - y 5?

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y = 2x+5 whereas 2 is the slope and 5 is the intercept

If you mean: 2x-y = 10 then the x intercept is (5, 0) and the y intercept is (0, -10)

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If you mean y = -2x-6 then y intersect the graph at (0, -6)

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You can do the equation Y 2x plus 3 on a graph. On this graph the Y would equal 5 and X would equal to 0.

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y = 2x+5 whereas 2 is the slope and 5 is the intercept

-2x=2y+5 +2x -2y -2y=2x+5 /-2 y=-1/1+2.5

If you mean: 2x-y = 10 then the x intercept is (5, 0) and the y intercept is (0, -10)

If you mean: 2x-y = 10 then the x intercept is (5, 0) and the y intercept is (0, -10)

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It'll be easier to see if you put it in the so-called "standard" form: -2x + y = 5 Add 2x to each side: y = 2x + 5 Looking at this form, you should recognize that the graph is a straight line with [ slope=2 ] and crossing the y-axis at [ y=5 ].

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If you mean y = -2x-6 then y intersect the graph at (0, -6)