SOLUTION: use the intercepts to graph the equation x+2y=4

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Question 328677: use the intercepts to graph the equation

Answer by rapaljer(4670) About Me  (Show Source):
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If x = 0, then 2y=4, y=2.

If y = 0, then x=4.

Graph these two points: (0,2) and (4,0). It should look like this:


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