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What are the X and Y Intercepts?

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Solve for both the x and y intercepts:

Using the line given by the equation 8x-7y+13=0, solve for the intercepts which are unknown.

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8x - 7y + 13 = 0

To find the x- intercept, plug in y = ...

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