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Given equation is we can rewrite it as                          -(i) Now, we know that the intercept form of line is                          -(ii) Where a and b are intercepts on x and y axis respectively On comparing equation (i) and (ii) we will get  and  Therefore,  intercepts on x and y axis  are  and -2 respectively

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Given equation is we can rewrite it as                          -(i) Now, we know that the intercept form of line is                          -(ii) Where a and b are intercepts on x and y axis respectively On comparing equation (i) and (ii) we will get a = 4 and b = 6 Therefore,  intercepts on x and y axis  are 4 and 6 respectively

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Given equation is                                   -(i) Now, we know that the Slope-intercept form of the line is                       -(ii) Where m is the slope and C is some constant On comparing equation (i) with equation (ii) we  will get   and  Therefore, slope and y-intercept are   respectively

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G Gautam harsolia
Given equation is we can rewrite it as                             -(i) Now, we know that the Slope-intercept form of line is                       -(ii) Where m is the slope and C is some constant On comparing equation (i) with equation (ii) we  will get   and  Therefore, slope and y-intercept are   respectively

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G Gautam harsolia
Given equation is we can rewrite it as                             -(i) Now, we know that the Slope-intercept form of the line is                       -(ii) Where m is the slope and C is some constant On comparing equation (i) with equation (ii) we  will get   and  Therefore, slope and y-intercept are   respectively  
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