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Teachers & SchoolsGED Math 4.3 Graphs and Functions. Select the x- and y- intercepts of the line.

GED Math | Graphs and Functions |

Language | English Language |

Skill Area 4 | Graphs and Functions (Algebraic) |

Systems of Equations | Linear Equations |

right Okay so this question gives us the equation for

a line And we just need a pin down the

x and white intercepts or where our line crosses the

axes Easy peasy Where plenty of pins All right well

let's Start by plugging in zero for why and see

what x coordinate that gives us Well why equals two

x minus four would become zero equals two x minus

four We can add four to both sides to get

four equals two x and then divide both sides by

two to get the x equals two Cool So when

x is to y zero dot goes right here All

right now we'll do the same thing but plug in

zero for the ex Well why equals two x minus

four becomes y equals two times zero minus four Well

two times zero is zero so we get why equals

negative for our why intercept and has to be at

this point zero negative for right there and there we

go We're done yeah not sure immunity Use that many 00:01:27.353 --> [endTime] pins Save a few for crafting class