How do you find the x and y intercepts for #y=9/5x+3/5#?
when a straight line crosses the x-axis the value of it's y-coordinate will be 0. By substituting y = 0 into the equation will enable us to find the corresponding x-coordinate.
similarly when the straight line crosses the y-axis the value of it's x-coordinate will be 0 and by substituting x =0 into the equation will give the corresponding y- intercept.
x=0 : y =