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## Homework Statement

Alright...

3x - 6y = 0, Graph the linear equation, finding it's intercepts.

## Homework Equations

I've tried solving it by putting 0 in for x / y, and I've also tried putting -2 in for x / y, so that y = 2 when I move it over, and the system for my college homework tells me it's wrong either way. I simply don't get it.

## The Attempt at a Solution

Quite obviously, if I try to solve it, I get 0,0. However, I have no idea how to get any other problem solution at all... If I put 0 in for x or y to simply get one variable, it ends up being y = 0, or x = 0... But it's telling me I have to graph multiple points. How would I do this?