To find the x-intercept, put 0 in for y: 6x + 6y = 30 6x + 6(0) = 30 {substituted 0 in for y} 6x = 30 {multiplied 6 by 0} x = 5 {divided both sides by 6} x-intercept is 5 {the line crosses the x-axis at 5} To find the y-intercept, put 0 in for x: 6x + 6y = 30 6(0) + 6y = 30 {substituted 0 in for x} 6y = 30 {multiplied 6 by 0} y = 5 {divided both sides by 6} y-intercept is 5 {the line crosses the y-axis at 5} graph B.) {has x-intercept of 5 and y-intercept of 5}- Algebra House
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