the original equation is y=3x+3 with the orderd pairs (-1,-1).
asked Apr 20 in Algebra 1 Answers by anonymous

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This question does not completely make sense as (-1,-1) is not a point on the line. We c an show this because if x=-1 we have y=3*-1+3=-3+3=0.So when x=-1 y=0. Therefore the x intercept is -1.

The y intercept is always easy to find becuase it is the number on its own in the equation +3

so the x intercept is (-1,0) The y intercept is (0,3)
answered Apr 23 by paulz66 (220 points)
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