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In the xy-plane, what is the x intercept of a certain line?

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In the xy-plane, what is the x intercept of a certain line?
1). The line passed through the point (0,2)
2). The y-intercept of the line is 2.

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Its E.
Both the statements give the same info.

X-intercept cannot be found using just Y-intercept.
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IMO E.

Statement 1 and 2 are the same w.r.t the information they put in.
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New post 02 Jun 2009, 17:20
Answer : E

a.) (0,2) line passes through that co-ordinate..hence...X= N values..Not sufficient
b.) if y intercept is 2..is basically same as A... line can have any slope passing through Y = 2...hence...X= N values..Not sufficient

Even together..they are not sufficient...hence E
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New post 03 Jun 2009, 23:51
same answer here..
E.. both statements mean the same thing..

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