# Math

Find the y- and x-intercepts for the equation. I have an idea of how to do this but want to make sure I am going in the right direction! Thanks!

4y = -28 + 7x

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1. The y-intercept is where it crosses the x-axis (where x = 0). So, just set x to be 0 and solve for y, and that gives you your y intercept. the same is true for the x-intercept (where y = 0)

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