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Find the x and y intercepts and graph 9x + 8y = 72. Graph the points.

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    y intercept is when x is zero.

    9*0+8y=72 what is y?

    x intercept is when y is zero,

    9x+8*0=72 what is x?

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    give the slope of each line then determine whether the two lines are paralell, perpendicular, or neither.

    slope of 4x+5y=5, -15x+12y=0

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    HORIZONTAL LINE X | Y
    ___|___
    -3|2.25
    -2|2.25
    -1|2.25
    0|2.25

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