Sangeetha Pulapaka
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Step 1 : Recall what is the x-intercept

            The x-intercept is the point on the graph were y= 0. So find the x-intercept   by substituting y = 0 in 4x -3y = 12.

            Solve for x

            4x = 12

              x = 3

Step 2 : Recall how to plot a set of coordinates on the graph.

            Move 3 spaces to the right of x-axis

            Plot (3,0).This is the x-intercept.

                  


Step 3 : Recall what is the y-intercept

            The y-intercept is the point on the graph were x = 0. Find the y-intercept  by substituting x = 0 in  4x -3y = 12  

                                    -3y = 12

                                      y = -4

Step 4 : Plot (0,-4) on the graph. This is the y-intercept.

                


Step 5 : Join these points to get the straight line 4x - 3y = 12