How do you find the x and y intercepts for #2x - y = 0#?
x intercept is at x=0 and y intercept is at y-0
This is a straight line graph that look like this:
You find the y intercept by making x=0 in the equation. That is because the graph crosses the y-axis at x=0
You find the x intercept by making y=0 in the equation. That is because the graph crosses the x-axis at y=0
Divide both sides by 2 giving