Posted by **hannah** on Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 12:32pm.

Stephanie is working on a graph that represents the path of a roller coaster. The point (0, 840) represents the point at which the roller coaster first begins to drop at a constant rate. The point (15, 240) represents a point along the ride at which the roller coaster is still dropping. If the x-intercept represents the point at which the ride stops dropping, what is the x-intercept?

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