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Find the x and y intercepts and graph the equation plotting the intercepts.Show work...-5x+8y=-40

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    x-intercept is where y=0:

    -5x + 0 = -40
    x=8
    x-intercept is (8,0)

    similarly for y-intercept, where x=0:

    0+8y = -40
    y=-5
    y-intercept is (0,-5)

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