**(0, -2)**

**(-2/3, 0)**

How would I find x-intercept and y-intercept to this problem?

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y-intercept is found by substituting 0 for x, so y-intercept is:

3(0) + y = -2

0 + y = -2

y = -2

so y-intercept is **(0, -2)**

x-intercept is found by substituting 0 to y, so x-intercept is:

3x + 0 = -2

3x = -2

so, x = -2/3

so x-intercept is **(-2/3, 0)**

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