How do you find the x intercept for #3y=2x+6#?

1 Answer
Nov 5, 2016

Answer:

The x-intercept is #(-3,0)#

Explanation:

The x-intercept of a function is that to find the coordinates of the point that intersects x-axis that is its ordinate is #color(blue)(y=0)#

the x-intercept is to find the coordinate of a point#(x,0)#
The abscissa=??

#3xx0=2x+6#

#0=2x+6#

#-2x=6#

#x=-6/2#

#x=-3#

The x-intercept is the point of coordinates #(color(blue)(-3,0))#