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OpenStudy (anonymous):

how do I graph using x-,y- intercepts x/7 - y/4 =1

OpenStudy (stormfire1):

You have to solve the equation for y and then graph it....you should get:\[y=\frac{4(x-7)}{7}\]Here's a graph of it:

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I am still confused, I thank you for your help, I dont know why I cannot grasp these graphing eqautions.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

if written in that form, that is called the intercept form (not the same as slope-intercept form). the denominator represent the intercept of the x or y intercept.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

x/7 - y/4 =1 <--- intercept form

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