# How do you graph #y=0# using the intercepts?

The graph is the horizontal axis.

This equation says that for all values of x, y is zero. In other words every value for x is an intercept. Therefore, the graph would be the line connecting all of these intercepts i.e. the horizontal axis.

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To graph ( y = 0 ) using intercepts:

- Let ( x = 0 ), then ( y = 0 ). This gives you the ( y )-intercept.
- Let ( y = 0 ), then any value of ( x ) satisfies the equation. This gives you the ( x )-intercept.
- Plot these intercept points on the coordinate plane.
- Draw a straight line passing through both intercept points.
- This line represents the graph of ( y = 0 ), which is the x-axis.

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