# What are the intercepts of #-y=6(x+8)#?

##### 1 Answer

Nov 6, 2015

x-intercept =

y-intercept =

#### Explanation:

graph{y = -6(x+8) [-65.9, 65.73, -52.5, 16.1]}

An **intercept** is where a line crosses an axis.

First you multiply both sides by

Next set **x-intercept** .

distribute

0 = -6x-48

and solve for x

To find the **y-intercept** , set