How do you graph #3x+y=6# using intercepts?

1 Answer
Sep 26, 2016

Answer:

find out the intercept and join them together

Explanation:

subtitute #y=0# to find x intercepts

when #y=0#

#3x=6#
#x=2#

x intercepts is 2

subtitute #x=0# to find y intercepts

when #x=0#

#y=6#

y intercepts is 3

since this is a linear equation #y=mx+c#,we can draw the graph by draw a line to join the two intercept point

graph{3x+y=6 [-11.08, 14.58, -3.73, 9.1]}