Posted by **Jasmine20** on Saturday, January 27, 2007 at 9:01am.

Find the y-intercept of

-x - 9y= 9

so this is what i did:

-9y = +x +9

i divided both sides by -9

y=(-(1)/(9)x-1

now from here i don't know what to do?

y=-1/9 x -1

Yintercept is when x=0

so this is what i get:

y=(-(1)/(9)x-1

y= (1(1)/(9)(0)-1

y= -1

so the y intercept is -1

good

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