# How to find the y-intercept given #5x – 7y = 105#?

Intercept is (0, -15)

The y-intercept is always the point where x = 0. Therefore, one should substitute x = 0.

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To find the y-intercept of the equation (5x - 7y = 105), you need to set (x = 0) and solve for (y).

(5(0) - 7y = 105)

(-7y = 105)

(y = \frac{-105}{7})

(y = -15)

So, the y-intercept is (-15).

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