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What is the yintercept of the line represented by the following equation?
5x  3y = 2
A. (0, 2/3)
B. (2/3, 0)
C. (0, 2/5)
D. (2/5, 0)
how would i figure this out just by looking at it? i assume that i can, based on the answers, but i don't know exactly what values go where in the fraction.

i figure that it's A or B and i'm leaning more towards A.
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