## How do you find the x and y values of an equation?

College Algebra

- To determine the x-intercept, we set y equal to zero and solve for x. Similarly, to determine the y-intercept, we set x equal to zero and solve for y.
- To find the x-intercept, set y = 0 \displaystyle y=0 y=0.
- To find the y-intercept, set x = 0 \displaystyle x=0 x=0.

**What is the solution to this system of linear equations x − 3y − 2 x 3y 16?**

x – 3y = -2 x + 3y = 16. Summary: The solution to this system of linear equations x – 3y = -2 and x + 3y = 16 is (7, 3).

**What is X and Y in an equation?**

In our equation y=x+7, we have two variables, x and y. The variable which we assign the value we call the independent variable, and the other variable is the dependent variable, since it value depends on the independent variable. In our example above, x is the independent variable and y is the dependent variable.

### How do we find the value of x?

Generally, the algebraic expression should be any one of the forms such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. To find the value of x, bring the variable to the left side and bring all the remaining values to the right side. Simplify the values to find the result.

**What is the solution to the system of equations 2x 3y 3 7x 3y 24?**

The solution to this system of linear equations 2x+3y=3 and 7x-3y=24 is (3, -1).

**What is a value of y?**

1y=15.735. y=115.735≈0.064.

## How do you find the value?

You can find this by adding the numbers in a set and dividing it by the number of numbers in that set. The value of a function at a certain point refers to the value of a function if you plug in the values given for the variables in the function. Value can also refer to worth of an object in math.

**How do you find X in a math problem?**

Isolate “x” on one side of the algebraic equation by subtracting the sum that appears on the same side of the equation as the “x.” For example, in the equation “x + 5 = 12”, rewrite the equation as “x = 12 – 5” and solve for “x.” The solution is “x = 7.”