How do you find the coordinates of the x intercept for this equation?

-x + 5y = -15

-x + 5y = -15

To find the x-intercept, put 0 in for y, because at the x-intercept (where the line

crosses the x-axis) the y-coordinate is 0

-x + 5y = -15

-x + 5(0) = -15 {substituted 0 in for y}

-x = -15 {multiplied 5 by 0}

x = 15 {the x-intercept}

(15,0) {where the line crosses the x-axis}

- Algebra House

crosses the x-axis) the y-coordinate is 0

-x + 5y = -15

-x + 5(0) = -15 {substituted 0 in for y}

-x = -15 {multiplied 5 by 0}

x = 15 {the x-intercept}

(15,0) {where the line crosses the x-axis}

- Algebra House