point (r,s) lies on the line l. Is the line's intercept with [-axos greater than r?
1) l has a negative slope
If negative slope, then r>x-intercept
When you combine 1 and 2, you can see r is always greater than intercept. Thus, C
What do you say if:
(l) y = -2x- 4, this line has x-interncept = -2, and goes thruough (-1,-2)x-interncept smaller than r!
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