mathplease help due tonight
posted by KiKi .
find the two ordered pairs from this equation.
y+x=2
then give the ordered pair of the y intercept?

Again, there are an infinite number of points on the line.
If it is the x and y intercepts you want then
x intercept when y = 0
x = 2
(2,0)
y intercept when x = 0
y = 2
(0,2)
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