# What are the intercepts of #3x - 5y^2 = 6#?

##### 1 Answer

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#### Explanation:

Before we find the x intercept, let's first make

Add

Divide both sides by

To find the

So we know that the

Now let's make

Subtract

Divide both sides by

Square root both sides:

Now plug in

Since you can't square root a negative number, that means the solution is imaginary, meaning that there is no

To check that our intercepts are correct, we can graph this:

As you can see from the graph, it never touches the

Hope this helps!