# what must be the value of k if (k 6) lies on the graph of y=4x-6

what must be the value of k if (k 6) lies on the graph of y=4x-6

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put x=0 in your equation so that you get the value of y, this value is where your equation will intercept the y axis as on the y axis x=0, then put y=0 in the equation so you get the value of x this value is where the graph intersects the x axis as y=0 on the x axis, please make your question a little more clearer what you mean by k and k 6?

05 February 2013

you are given the y-coordinate which is 6
so substitute it in the equation
6 = 4x - 6
4x = 12
x = 3

05 February 2013

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