# How do you find the y-intercept of the graph represented by the equation 2x - 6y = 12?

Substitute X for 0.

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To find the y-intercept of the graph represented by the equation 2x - 6y = 12, you set x = 0 and solve for y:

2(0) - 6y = 12

-6y = 12

Divide both sides by -6:

y = -2

So, the y-intercept is at the point (0, -2).

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