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

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Mar 7, 2016

Answer:

Intercept on #x# axis is #1.1447# and intercept on #y# axis is #1#.

Explanation:

To find #x# intercepts of #−3y=2x^3−3#, one needs to put #y=0# in the equation which gives us

#−3xx0=2x^3−3# or #2x^3-3=0# or #x=root(3)3/2=1.1447#.

For #y# intercepts, put #x=0#, i.e. #-3y=0-3=-3# or #y=1#

Hence, intercept on #x# axis is #1.1447# and intercept on #y# axis is #1#.