Algebra
posted by Bee
Solve the system by graphing.
3x+y=6
3xy=0
This is how far I got:
(First line): y=3x+6
(Second line): y=3x
I'm not sure how to graph the second line. Is the yintercept (0,0) and the two lines meet at (1,3)?

~christina~
first of all do you have a graphing calculator?
Well using my TI83
and keying in the equations I got
(1,3) at the intersection of the 2 lines
but for the y intercept it was aproximately
(0,6) 
Bee
No, I don't have a graphing calculator. Thanks for your help.
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