# How do you find the x and y intercepts of -3+x=0?

$x$ intercept: $x = 3$
$y$ intercept does not exist
$- 3 + x = 0$ is equivalent to $x = 3$
which graphically is a vertical line crossing the X-axis at $x = 3$
Such a line does not cross the Y-axis (and thus there is no $y$ intercept).