y=>6/5x-6 and y<=2x+8find the intersection point
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for hit-spot, yu gotta yuze lines

line 1...y=(6/5)x -6

line 2...y=2x+8

2x+8=(6/5)x-6

2x-(6/5)x=-14

or 10x -6x=-70

4x=-70, so x=-17.5

y=2x+8=-(35/4)+8...(32-35)/8

y=-3/8....-0.375
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