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Find the x and y intercepts. Enter intercepts as ordered pairs. If
more than one intercept exists, then separate each ordered pair
with a comma (no spaces). If there are no intercepts, type: none
For example, (-1,0) and (5, 0) would be typed as: (-1,0),(5,0),
y = 3x - 6
%3D
x-intercept/s: (2,0)
y-intercept/s: none
Answer 1:
(2,0)
Answer 2:
none
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Find the x and y intercepts. Enter intercepts as ordered pairs. If more than one intercept exists, then separate each ordered pair with a comma (no spaces). If there are no intercepts, type: none For example, (-1,0) and (5, 0) would be typed as: (-1,0),(5,0), y = 3x - 6 %3D x-intercept/s: (2,0) y-intercept/s: none Answer 1: (2,0) Answer 2: none

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